Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor's PlayStation 3 release date has been pushed back slightly, Warner Bros announced today. Originally planned to launch alongside its PlayStation 4 counterpart in September and October, the last-gen version of the game won't be arriving until 18th November in the United States, and 21st November in Europe.
While this news may be slightly disappointing for those of you who haven't yet upgraded to Sony's next-gen system, it will hopefully give you a lot more time to explore Destiny, as well as the stack of games that will be launching in the coming weeks. Or, if you'd prefer, you might like to rewatch the film trilogy. You'll probably want to be quick about it, though, as those are long movies.
Are you disappointed that you won't be able to explore the middle earth as soon as originally planned, or were you giving this madcap medieval crusade a miss? Let us know in the comments section below.