Because evil never sleeps in Mordor, it is always coming up with new ways to mess up game launches. That’s the true insidious nature of Sauron, after all, as he used to be an IT professional for Microsoft. Anyway, Lord of the Rings Online: Minas Morgul had a somewhat rocky start last night, with an enemy pathing problem requiring the game to be taken offline and fixed.
For the past few months, I have been lucky enough to work with the super talented @lotro team on the Expansion.
So excited to see players finally getting to see what the team have put no small amount of time and energy to life. https://t.co/lxygdASrak
— Robert Hess (@NohBob) November 6, 2019
I’m incredibly proud of what the @lotro team has accomplished with the MM expansion! For my part, I’m very happy with the 4 hours of music I’ve written over the past 3 months, exhausting as they were. There’s always things I’d love to improve, but I’m happy with the results.
— Bill Champagne (@BillChampMusic) November 6, 2019
Composer Bill Champagne said that he is already working on getting his new Minas Morgul soundtrack on Twitter “soon” (i.e. sometime during the next few weeks).