Wētā Workshop and Private Division Drop Epic Teaser for Tales of the Shire Game

Hold onto your lembas bread, gamers! Wētā Workshop and Private Division have teamed up to give us a slice of Middle-earth we’ve never seen before. In honor of Hobbit Day in New Zealand, the duo unveiled a teaser for Tales of the Shire, slated to drop in 2024 for console and PC platforms.

Trailer Serves as a Sneak Peek

Don’t just take our word for it; you can catch the teaser trailer on YouTube. While the full deets are set to be revealed next year, this teaser serves up just enough to whet the appetite of fans of the LOTR universe inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s literary classics.

A Cosy Dive into Middle-earth

The game promises a cosy experience for those eager to explore the homey vibes of the Shire, potentially offering a unique spin on the iconic world Tolkien created. Could this be the casual LOTR game we’ve all been waiting for?

What Platforms to Expect

Lock those calendars for 2024, because Tales of the Shire will be launching on both console and PC. Whether you’re a console jockey or a PC master race aficionado, this game aims to be a cross-platform marvel.

Keep an Eye Out for More

The game is still veiled in mystery, as a full reveal is planned for next year. It’s a long road ahead, but one thing’s for sure: Wētā Workshop and Private Division are throwing us a Middle-earth curveball we didn’t see coming.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

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