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Middle-earth: Shadow of War

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Platform: Xbox One
Tags: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Open World
Developer: Monolith Productions
More Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
10/10/2017
EU
10/09/2017
JP
10/12/2017

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