With a free update called Nemesis Forge for Shadow of Mordor, players can have these orcs imported into the sequel.
When Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor launched, it was praised for its innovative "Nemesis System", which had players stalked by powerful foes previously slain. Whether storming a fortress or rampaging through a region, Talion will eventually encounter that orc, giving him the chance to kill them again.
Inversely, if there has been an orc that remained extremely loyal to you after the player corrupts them, then they will appear in Shadow of War as an ally.
In the case of the latter, this is made possible by a new Followers system, which functions similar to Nemesis but with allies. You can check out the Nemesis Forge in Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor now, with the game itself available at a discounted price until 17th July and Free Play Days starting from 9th July. This is a nice inclusion for those who have moved on from the game and will certainly reignite some old rivalries with your enemies.
With the Nemesis Forge, the personal stories that were created in the first game can be carried over by importing the highest ranking Nemesis and Orc Follower. Monolith revealed earlier this year that the system, which personalizes the game's procedurally-generated enemies to give it a greater sense of connection and continuity, is being expanded for the upcoming sequel, Shadow of War.
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