The first of the three iconic Lord of the Rings movies aired 20 last year. Despite two decades since J. R. Tolkien''s trilogy was adapted for the big screen, his stories have been in the headlines quite recently. The largest part of the story is that today EA is developing a brand-new Lord of the Rings mobile game.
Details on how the role-playing game will be effective and appealing are limited, even though beta testing for the game will begin in the summer. The Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle-earth has partnered with Middle-earth Enterprises to develop the new title, and it will be free-to-play.
Despite no screenshots of the game being revealed yet, EA has confirmed that the RPG will be turn-based and with deep collection systems. That might well be a reference to the roster of characters Heroes of Middle-earth will include. However, the game will apparently pull from everything in Middle-earth, including The Hobbit, and allow players to recount some of Tolkien''s most famous stories.
If Heroes of Middle-earth does not begin in the summer, there''s a chance you may play it before The Rings of Power will be available on Amazon this September. However, with the first look at the mobile game yet not offered up, it appears unlikely Heroes of Middle-earth will be widespread before the prequel arrives, and perhaps not before the end of the year.
EA has a long history when it comes to developing Lord of the Rings games. This is the studio''s first attempt at converting Middle-earth into a mobile game, thus the jury will remain out until those interested in the game get a chance to do so. If you can''t wait until then, you may accidentally moan Sam and Frodo into Elden Ring, sculpting iconic scenes from the films.