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Given the apparently vast, customizable experience Tolkien devotees can expect to find when Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor releases in late September, a few pre-order bonuses shouldn’t affect the overall game too much. Nonetheless, Warner Bros. and Monolith Productions have revealed five retailer-specific packages that players can access when they pre-order this open-world action-RPG.

If you go with a GameStop pre-order, you’ll receive the Captain of the Watch character skin, along with the Hidden Blade Rune, which will allow for extra damage when unleashing stealth attacks against Sauron’s captains. Based on the fact that the developers have emphasized that stealth will be an important tool in Shadow of Mordor, these goodies could be valuable indeed. A Steam pre-order, meanwhile, nets you the Orc Slayer Rune, which will see Sauron’s captains succumb more easily to special attacks.

But those aren’t the only retailers offering a boost against Sauron’s goons. Pre-ordering with Amazon gets you the Deadly Archer Rune, which increases the effectiveness of ranged headshots against Sauron’s captains.

If you’re interested in an upgrade that doesn’t involve dealing damage to Sauron’s captains, however, you’re in luck. A Walmart pre-order will give you the Rising Storm Rune, which unlocks the Storm of Urfael and the power to use unlimited combat executions. And if you’re into flaming weaponry, go with a Best Buy pre-order to receive the Flame of Anor Rune and incinerate foes.

If you’re interested in looking over the pre-order info in greater detail, or you’re wondering what bonuses you might be able to get if you’re outside the United States, check out the official Shadow of Mordor site for the scoop.

Retailer-specific Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor pre-order bonuses detailed

By | 08/4/2014 04:45 PM PT

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Given the apparently vast, customizable experience Tolkien devotees can expect to find when Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor releases in late September, a few pre-order bonuses shouldn’t affect the overall game too much. Nonetheless, Warner Bros. and Monolith Productions have revealed five retailer-specific packages that players can access when they pre-order this open-world action-RPG.

If you go with a GameStop pre-order, you’ll receive the Captain of the Watch character skin, along with the Hidden Blade Rune, which will allow for extra damage when unleashing stealth attacks against Sauron’s captains. Based on the fact that the developers have emphasized that stealth will be an important tool in Shadow of Mordor, these goodies could be valuable indeed. A Steam pre-order, meanwhile, nets you the Orc Slayer Rune, which will see Sauron’s captains succumb more easily to special attacks.

But those aren’t the only retailers offering a boost against Sauron’s goons. Pre-ordering with Amazon gets you the Deadly Archer Rune, which increases the effectiveness of ranged headshots against Sauron’s captains.

If you’re interested in an upgrade that doesn’t involve dealing damage to Sauron’s captains, however, you’re in luck. A Walmart pre-order will give you the Rising Storm Rune, which unlocks the Storm of Urfael and the power to use unlimited combat executions. And if you’re into flaming weaponry, go with a Best Buy pre-order to receive the Flame of Anor Rune and incinerate foes.

If you’re interested in looking over the pre-order info in greater detail, or you’re wondering what bonuses you might be able to get if you’re outside the United States, check out the official Shadow of Mordor site for the scoop.

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