Middle-earth: Shadow of War Gets New Trailer Revealing the Feral Tribe

Another tribe of Uruks in Middle-earth: Shadow of War for PS4, Xbox One and PC has been revealed, and this time around, they're masters of beasts.

on September 12, 2017 9:24 AM

Today Monolith Productions and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released a brand new trailer of Middle-earth: Shadow of War introducing one more of the tribes of orcs which will be included in the game.

After ninja orcs and bling orcs this new tribe might actually appear rather tame to Tolkien fans, as they’re simply very good hunters and animal tamers. It’s definitely more akin to what might appear in the books and movies.

“Feral Orcs live among the graugs, caragors, drakes and other monsters when they can, while adorning their clothing and armor with trophies from the beasts they’ve hunted. In battle, the Feral tribe is also infamous for roaring, snarling and rending flesh with a ferocity that rivals any caragor.”

This is the fifth tribe revealed with this kind of trailers, as we also saw other videos showing the Dark Tribe the Marauder tribe,  the Terror Tribe, and the Machine tribe.

If you want to see and learn more about the game, start by reading our recent hands-on preview. After that, you can check out the latest teaser trailer, a large chunk of gameplay showing spies and orc dueling pits, another trailer showing how the game’s Executive Producer has been immortalized in the game after passing away, the the “Orc Tales” trailer released a couple of weeks ago, a video showing off the endgame, a rather long one showing more of Cirith Ungol and the Terror Tribe, more gameplay footage showing the marketplacethe trailer featuring a rather imaginative rendition of Shelobanother story trailer, and one revealing the Nemesis Forge system.

The game will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 10th.

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