New game of The Lord of the Rings is developed, developed by Daedalic, who will tell the story of Gollum in Tolkien's Middle-earth.
A year will soon be celebrated since the announcement of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, a game based on Tolkien's mythical universe and developed by Daedalic Entertainment, the creators of Deponia. A title that we only know is that it uses Unreal Engine 4 and wants to tell "the story of Gollum from a perspective never seen before." The only thing we knew so far, of course. The game is headliner and cover of the EDGE magazine in its first issue of 2020. The publication brings with it an extensive report about it where they confirm some details and its output in the new generation: PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is defined as “an action and stealth game” that revolves around the double personality of the famous character, which will influence both the story and the gameplay. EDGE pages talk about having "levels of gigantic dimensions and aesthetically inspired by the drawings made by Tolkien himself." We will begin as prisoners in Barad-ûr, the Dark Tower that Sauron uses as a fortress in Mordor, and we will escape and tour much of Middle-earth as we cross "hostile and friendly faces." Little more transcends this mysterious The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, which is scheduled to leave for 2021 and seems to narrate the adventure of Sméagol that happens in parallel to the three books.
Several ESDLA games on the way
It is not the only game that will reach us in the future set in the world of the unique ring, because Amazon also prepares a free to play MMO of The Lord of the Rings. A title that is being developed by Leyou Technologies and Athlon Games (the latter creators of Warframe), and that in this case will be placed before any event narrated in the movies, allowing us to explore and discover "lands, people and creatures never seen before in the adaptations "of the books. In addition to the new ESDLA series that Bayona will direct for Amazon Prime Video, great times are coming for fans of fantasy.