Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment releases three new video vignettes for the November 25th game, The Lord of the Rings: War in the North . In each of three, one of the heroes in the brutal battle ahead is featured, with three facets of their character featured – the upgrading of skills, their inherent abilities, plus their methods of defense.
Farin, the dwarf Champion. Andriel, the elf Lore-master. Eredan, the human Ranger. Each of these vignettes focuses on not only their actions and abilities in combat – showcasing their various long and short range attacks against Middle-earth’s most detestable creatures – but spotlights the abilities innate to each race and the navigation of their skill tree, giving a glimpse of what each character is capable.
Know each race and fight side by side in the battle ahead. Above all - defend Middle-earth.
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The Lord of the Rings: War in the North is an intense Action-RPG video game based on the renowned The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Through innovative online, interdependent co-op play for up to three players who form their own Fellowship, the game breaks new ground as the first The Lord of the Rings video game to embrace the gritty and brutal reality of Middle-earth. Exploring previously unseen lands, storylines and characters as well as those familiar from The Lord of the Rings film and literary trilogy, gamers experience expansive co-op gameplay and upgradeable weapons, character customization and development, skills and special abilities. Gamers must play together or perish as they work to defeat Sauron’s forces in the North. The Lord of the Rings: War in the North will be available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Games for Windows.
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