Lord of the Rings: Gollum features a full elf voice actor, but only if you get the special edition. Lord of the Rings: Gollum: Precious Edition costs an additional £10 , bundled with several additional exclusives, including the Sindarin Voiceover Pack.
Anyone with a pack can make an elf character speak Sindarin, a fictional language, possibly with English subtitles. However, this is only available to those who purchased the Precious Edition, or those who purchased the DLC separately after launch. Yes, saved for DLC.
“The Precious Edition was put together with Tolkien fans in mind,” publisher Daedalic Entertainment said of the bundle. “With a focus on immersing players in the world of Middle-earth, this edition is sure to delight fans and gamers alike.”
As we’ve come to expect from almost any big release now, the announcement includes graphics explaining the different versions of the game you can pre-order and their bonuses.In this case, Gollum’s regular edition. and Precious Edition both come with “6 Exclusive Emotes”. The Standard will set you back £49.99, while the Special Release is £59.99 for pre-order.
For exclusive voice actors, the product description states: Tolkien. ”
Online storefronts currently say that the DLC cannot be purchased separately. response The official account suggests that’s not the case, as they say those who pre-ordered a physical copy of the game will not be able to upgrade and will instead have to purchase the additional content separately.
A valuable edition that includes not only voice actors, but also concept art, additional lores, and game soundtracks.
Either way, Lord of the Rings: Gollum launches on May 25th for PC, Xbox and PlayStation. The Nintendo Switch release does not yet have a release date. Even this first release on a more powerful platform faced delays, as the game was set to be with us long ago in 2021, it was postponed to 2022 and then 2023 It’s been pushed back to early 2020, and now next month. The publisher is confident enough to go live with its store page and start accepting pre-orders, so it’s possible that it will at least stick to this release date. seems high. Of course, we’ll have to see how the Elven language DLC dwindles in the fanbase.
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