Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor shuts down online servers

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor shuts down online servers

Game news Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor shuts down online servers

Six years after its release on consoles and PC, the action-adventure game in the world of JRR Tolkien is closing the doors of its servers, making certain features of the title permanently inaccessible.

If you’ve logged into the game recently, you may have noticed that since January 12, the servers of Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor are no longer online. In one post Posted on the game’s support page, WB Games talks about “changes to our network” to explain the game’s servers going offline.

From now on, some features are no longer accessible. We think in particular of Nemesis Forge which allowed to transfer its Nemesis but also its allies from Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor to Middle-earth: Shadow of War. The same applies to Vendetta missions which allowed you to hunt down and face powerful orcs who had killed other players in their game. Finally, the leaderboards are also no longer online. However, the epic “Gravewalker” and “Orc Hunter” runes are going to be given to all players since they required logging into WBPlay to collect them.

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