Guardians of Middle-Earth – Lord of the Rings MOBA announced for PC

[Game website] Initially just launching for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, Guardians of Middle-Earth will be released for the PC system on 29th August through the Steam platform. A MOBA based on the lore of The Lord of the Rings, all 36 characters from the console version will be ready at launch.

 

I am pretty stoked about the MOBA market, with Infinite Crisis quite an enjoyable game, with the Marvel MOBA still in development and of course, my daily sessions in League of Legends. Will there be other famous franchises developed in the MOBA as well? We shall see.

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[From GameSpot] Guardians of Middle-earth for PC will be available on PC through Steam with full Steamworks integration. This includes matchmaking, leaderboards, Big Picture mode, and controller support.

Exclusive to the PC version of Guardians of Middle-earth will be alternate skin options for all 36 Guardians. One example given was a Gandalf the White version and Gandalf the Grey.

Guardians of Middle-earth on PC will be available for purchase in a variety of bundles. Players can buy the standard game for $20, which includes playable Guardians Gandalf, Galadriel, Hildifons, Mozgog, Bert, Legolas, and their alternate skins.

The $80 Mithril Edition includes all 36 playable Guardians and their alternate skins, as well as the Mithril Guardian Elic and a buddy key.

Guardian packs (six in all) will be available for $15 and include five Guardians and their alternate skins. Lastly, Smaug’s Treasure–which features Smaug’s greed Relic and in-game gold–will be available at launch for $10