“Gollum” makes “Lord of the Rings” fans wait longer

"Gollum" makes "Lord of the Rings" fans wait longer

Publisher Daedalic and developer Nacon have postponed the September 1 release of their action-adventure game The Lord of the Rings: Gollum. The title should be given more time for fine-tuning, the reason given.

In order to deliver the best possible experience, the decision was made to move the release date “a few months back,” the publisher said in a statement. “Over the past few years, the team has worked hard to realize their vision of a stunning world filled with magic and wonder. Daedalic Entertainment strives to meet the expectations of its community and unveil the untold story of Gollum in a way that honors JRR Tolkien’s vision.”Daedalic and Nacon thanked “all the players for their patience and support so far” . An update will be released with the exact timing in the near future. It remains to be seen whether “Gollum” will make it to PC and consoles in time for the important Christmas business or not until 2023.


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