The Lord of the Rings: Gollum – New Infos To Be Shared At The Game Awards 2021

Geoff Keighley’s gala will also showcase the new The Lord of the Rings game, released at the end of 2022.



Fans of The Lord of the Rings will be excited for the change of perspective that The Lord of the Rings: Gollum will offer, as he takes us to the appropriate locations of Middle-earth as Sméagol. However, the developers haven’t revealed much about the game so far, and after announcing a release date of late 2022, they will soon be looking to build up public anticipation with more news. And the first swallows, if all is true, will arrive at The Game Awards 2021.

“Something’s lurking in the shadows…”

The creators themselves have recommended that we watch Geoff Keighley’s live show for the latest news on the game. They accompany this message with the phrase “something’s lurking in the shadows”, referring to the adventure’s protagonist. He is, after all, the perfect character for the stealth and parkour mechanics, although a dose of puzzles will enhance this experience.

However, Daedalic wants to go beyond mere action, so in The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, they offer us a story that traces Sméagol’s past while giving great importance to the player’s choices change the protagonist’s personality. In that sense, we will see the duality of Gollum and Sméagol clash to dominate the protagonist: together, they will have to overcome all the obstacles that stand in his way, and to do so will require skill, cunning and, of course, some killing.

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum has already been delayed a little, which is not inspiring the community. However, the developers have now announced an official date, as mentioned at the beginning of this article. The Game Awards 2021 will air at 1 am UK time on 10 December 2021 and will showcase what’s new for next year and the year after.

Source: Twitter

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