Five Lord of the Rings Games To Launch By March 2024

Five Lord of the Rings in Development, to Release in 2023/2024

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
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  • 5 LOTR games in development
  • All will release by 2024
  • No information on any title so far

Embracer group has released its financial report from October to December 2022. The report announces that there are five Lord of the Rings games in development under Embracer. While the report doesn’t reveal much about the titles, they will release on multiple platforms including PC, consoles, and even mobile phones.

Five Lord of the Rings Games Launching Next Year

According to the official report:

For Freemode, this acquisition has generated a lot of interest among both internal and external partners for the Lord of the Rings IP, across different media formats. There are currently five games in production by external partners, to be released in financial year 2023/24

Interestingly, five titles in the tenure of almost 1 or 2 years is a lot. According to Embracer Investor, It could be that the licensing of the games began before the Middle-Earth acquisition deal took place. But even then so many games in such a short period doesn’t guarantee a lot of quality. However, we shouldn’t be quick to judge as maybe LOTR projects turn out amazing.

Main characters from Lord of the Rings
Main characters from Lord of the Rings

Considering the titles will release even on mobile devices, they might not be AAA. According to what we’ve heard or seen so far, the scope might not be that big and they turn out to be smaller titles. However, we have no solid information on any of these at all, so everything at this point is pure speculation. At this point, we don’t even know the developers. So, it’s better to wait and watch what they have in store for us.

What are your thoughts on the upcoming Lord of the Rings games? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.
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