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Deep Silver hat eine First, Collector’s und Shadow Lord Edition von Risen 3 angekündigt, wobei die beiden letzteren PC-exklusiv angeboten werden.

Jede einzelne Version enthält dabei die von Beginn an verfügbaren digitalen Zusatzinhalte und auf dem PC eine DRM-freie PC-Fassung.

Die einzelnen Inhalte der jeweiligen Editionen seht ihr nachfolgend:

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Monolith Productions today released a new trailer for this fall’s Lord of the Rings game, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.

The first in a series of videos detailing the game’s features and story, today’s trailer showcases how players can upgrade main character Talion’s various abilities. Specifically, it touches on the weapons Talion uses and the Runes system for upgrading and improving them.

As explained in the video you see above, Runes are buffs that Talion can use to bolster the effectiveness of his weapons. They are dropped when enemy captains are sent to their death. You can even combine different Runes to improve Talion’s weapons in unique ways.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor launches on October 7, a date that also sees the release of BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition, Driveclub, and Alien: Isolation. Earlier today, Warner Bros. announced various retailer-specific preorder bonuses for the game.

Monolith says Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is definitely not a “movie game,” but entirely original. For more on the game, which is coming to Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC, check out GameSpot’s previous coverage.

Eddie Makuch is a news editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch
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Warner Bros. has announced a round of job cuts at US studio Turbine, the developers in charge of MMO The Lord of the Rings Online and the upcoming MOBA Infinite Crisis.

An undisclosed amount of people were let go from the studio, which Warner Bros. acquired back in 2010.

“As part of our normal business process, we’re routinely looking at the strategic alignment of our company,” confirmed Warner Bros. in a statement to Gamasutra. “Unfortunately, in order for us to invest in growth areas at Turbine, we have to eliminate some positions.”

“These are always tough decisions, which we don’t approach lightly, but it’s crucial that Turbine is structured in a way that reflects the current and coming marketplace.”

Turbine was founded in 1994 and has also previously worked on the Asheron’s Call series and Dungeons & Dragons Online.

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