Today is the release date for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor on Xbox One, PC and PS4. We wanted to look at the games price at GameStop, Target, and Walmart to see how they compare in the United States.
While those of you in the UK still have to wait a few days, if you are in the US you can pickup the latest Lord of the Rings game today.
The Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor price is almost the same at all these US stores, so this could be a good thing if you were unsure what store to visit or a bad thing if you were hoping for a price battle.
Walmart is selling Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor on PC for $49.96, and then on PS4/Xbox One for $59.96. GameStop sell the game on all platforms as well, although it will cost you a few cents extra at $59.99 for XB1/PS4, and $49.99 for the PC download.
Target is another popular store in the USA, although they don’t offer the PC version. While the PS3/Xbox 360 versions are not released until late November and only on pre-order right now, you can purchase Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor on Xbox One and PS4 at Target for the same $59.99 price.
There you have it, a saving of a few cents at Walmart and that’s about it, so you don’t need to worry about purchasing at a much higher price for this title. Did you find Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor cheaper anywhere else today? You can see all the review scores before purchasing in our previous article.
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