The Lord of the Ring: Gollum Devs Talk About DLC Adding Elven Voices

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Nacon and Daedalic Entertainment recently announced the content of the “Precious Edition” of The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, and one DLC caught the eye: “The Sindarin VO”. This would be an elven language dub for the game., “which adds a touch of authenticity to the dialogues with the goblins”. But in a statement, the devs said it’s not exactly what it seems.

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It’s hard not to imagine that you’d be paying to have voices in Sidarin, the Elvish language created by JRR Tolkien, in the game. Also, the description isn’t much help: “The Sindarin VO DLC adds even more authenticity to the game experience with elves speaking Sindarin, the Elvish language created by JRR Tolkien.”

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum DLC Explained

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum studio Daedalic Entertainment told Push Square that the DLC “adds lines to some of the characters in the environment. Going through Mirkwood and other parts of Middle-earth, Gollum will be able to hear various dialogues between elves. These dialogues add to the atmosphere and world building.”

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“Daedalic went further and hired professional actors, who were trained by our story experts. It is a DLC for true Tolkien devotees who want to further immerse themselves in the world of Middle-earth,” the studio adds.

The DLC “The Sindarin VO” will be part of the Precious Edition of the game, but it can also be purchased separately by those who prefer to have only the base game, although the price has not yet been revealed. The other contents of the special edition of the game are the original soundtrack, emote pack, art display, and story explanation.

Another aspect that gave The Lord of Ring: Gollum something to talk about was the system requirements for PC. The game requires a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 GPU to run at 1440p, Graphics Preset High and Ray Tracing, with a note: DLSS in Quality mode. Even with the game running at 1440p, the developers recommend 32 GB of RAM.

For those who want to play the title at 1080p without ray tracing, a GTX 1080 or RTX 2060 is recommended, and that’s on the medium setting. The maximum CPU recommendation requires an Intel Core i3-6100 or AMD Ryzen 5 2600.

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum gets almost 40 minutes of new gameplay

The Lord of the Rings: Gollum gets almost 40 minutes of new gameplay
The game promises a lot of fidelity to the original universe of The Lord of the Rings

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