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Monolith Productions’ open-world action-adventure opus Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is certainly well worth your time whether you’re a Frodo freak or even if you can’t bear the sight of Legolas’ pointy Elf ears, and there’s more content on the way soon.

A new trailer details what players can expect if they purchase the Season Pass for $24.99. To begin with, it’ll unlock the Guardians of the Flaming Eye mission, which pits protagonist Talion against Sauron’s “elite legions.” Another new story quest, Lord of the Hunt, which tasks players with hunting and taming Mordor’s monsters, will also be available with the Season Pass.

There’s even the opportunity to play as Celebrimbor, the greatest Elven smith of Middle-earth’s Second Age and the one who forged the Rings of Power, as he faces off against the Dark Lord Sauron.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor releases tomorrow on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, with Xbox 360 and PS3 versions coming on November 18th. While we haven’t gotten the chance to get our hands on the Season Pass content just yet, the core game is one of the best titles to ever bear the Middle-earth name, as you can read in our review, which went up over the weekend.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor season pass trailer details additional content on the way

The core game and its intricate Nemesis system should provide more than enough enjoyment, but there's even more content on the way with the Season Pass.

By Andrew Fitch | 09/29/2014 05:45 PM PT

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Monolith Productions’ open-world action-adventure opus Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is certainly well worth your time whether you’re a Frodo freak or even if you can’t bear the sight of Legolas’ pointy Elf ears, and there’s more content on the way soon.

A new trailer details what players can expect if they purchase the Season Pass for $24.99. To begin with, it’ll unlock the Guardians of the Flaming Eye mission, which pits protagonist Talion against Sauron’s “elite legions.” Another new story quest, Lord of the Hunt, which tasks players with hunting and taming Mordor’s monsters, will also be available with the Season Pass.

There’s even the opportunity to play as Celebrimbor, the greatest Elven smith of Middle-earth’s Second Age and the one who forged the Rings of Power, as he faces off against the Dark Lord Sauron.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor releases tomorrow on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, with Xbox 360 and PS3 versions coming on November 18th. While we haven’t gotten the chance to get our hands on the Season Pass content just yet, the core game is one of the best titles to ever bear the Middle-earth name, as you can read in our review, which went up over the weekend.

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