Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - The Bright Lord for PlayStation 4

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor - The Bright Lord

Feb 24, 2015

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor to play.

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About this game

Developer: Monolith Productions
Content Rating: Mature


Battle against Sauron as Celebrimbor, the great Elven Lord of the Second Age, to unlock powerful runes and the ability to wield the One Ring.

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7 Reviews
Joey ThurmondMar 19, 2015
While we think that anyone who enjoyed Shadow of Mordor should submit to the Bright Lord's rule and purchase this DLC for the slight gameplay variations and advanced difficulty, those who aren't really drawn in by it might consider passing it up due to the low replay value and less than stellar storyline. Either way, it's more Shadow of Mordor with some slight twists, and that's still as good a reason as any to go there and back again with one of 2014's most triumphant titles.
Mick FraserFeb 24, 2015
The Bright Lord is a good way to round off Shadow of Mordor’s DLC, finally giving us some real boss-fight closure and allowing us to play as the one character who is more badass than Talion. All in all, it’s a more satisfying offering than Lord of the Hunt and feels more worthy, if not actually essential, but the increased difficulty and shift of focus means it’s more suited to veterans of the main campaign than newcomers who have yet to finish Talion’s story.
Álvaro AlonsoFeb 26, 2015
En definitiva, El Señor de la Luz es un DLC bastante decente. Las nuevas habilidades brindan un giro de tuerca a las mecánicas que ya conocíamos de sobra, aportando por el camino un mayor nivel de desafío que encantará a los veteranos de Sombras de Mordor. Pero... (y aquí viene la pregunta del millón) ¿Merece la pena pagar lo que cuesta el DLC? Si el juego principal os gustó y queréis seguir exprimiéndolo sea como sea, entonces sí, sin dudarlo. Sin embargo, es un contenido que de haberse pulido un poco más, sería un DLC más que recomendable.