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A couple of months ago we got the news of the much anticipated Hogwarts release window. Another big fantasy title coming is the Gollum game based on the Lord of the Rings series.  Fans of the series know about the Amazon Prime exclusive series which is due on 2nd September.  The game however has seen very little coverage.

Recently, Daedalic gave an update on Gollum. We knew it was coming to PlayStation 4 PlayStation 5 Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. Now it will also be available on the Switch as reported by Eurogamer the game is described as

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, based on the legendary The Lord of the Rings trilogy of books by JRR Tolkien, tells of Gollum’s experiences from behind-the-scenes in the first chapters of The Fellowship of the Ring.  After losing his precious ring to Bilbo Baggins, Gollum decides to leave the Misty Mountains and embark on a perilous journey that leads him from the dungeons of Barad-dûr to the realm of the Wood-elves in Mirkwood.

In order to survive the dangers of his journey through Middle-earth, Gollum has to sneak and climb and use all his cunning.

When We Can Get Our Hands on The Lord Of The Rings: Gollum

Daedalic posted a big update on Twitter we now have an official release date. Not only that it’s coming this year which is good news for fans that have been waiting. We are just over three months away with the current release date of 1st September.

This ties in nicely with the launch of the TV The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power the following day.  No release date has been given for the Switch release other than coming later this year. Will you be venturing into Middle Earth in September? As always we’d love to hear from you.

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