Daedalic Entertainment is continuing to remind gamers that they are still busy working on The Lord of the Rings: Gollum to release on consoles and PC in 2021.
The developers released a new trailer that just briefly shows Gollum’s in-game design as he approaches Mordor. Interestingly, the developer is working closer to the materials found in the book rather than the movies, but Gollum’s design still closely resembles the movie adaptations.
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum has players assume the role of the Gollum through action-adventure segments. The game also features stealth elements where players can interact with environments as well as the narrative style gameplay in order to progress through the story. The actions that players take will determine which side of Gollum they see. This refers to his split personality between Sméagol and Gollum, where Sméagol is the better behaved of the two.
The trailer doesn’t provide much insight on the game or even show us gameplay for that matter, but we are still pretty excited to see what this team comes up with. It’s tough to imagine what a Gollum game would look like, which makes the idea of it more endearing.
A next-generation console release is surely on the table for this adventure.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the development of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum. For now, check out the trailer below:
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