New video released for the Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth fan remake in Unreal Engine 4

The BFME: Reforged Team has released a new video for its upcoming fan remake of Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth in Unreal Engine 4. This video showcases the Isengard Fortress.

According to the team, the Orthanc tower has influenced the fortress design.

“The fortress is initially made of stone and iron. However, and as Isengard grows in might, it can improve the fortress using its resources to make the it even more resilient to damage with the Obsidian Defence upgrade.”

As a bonus, I’ve also included below another video that showcases some other buildings.

Unfortunately, there is no ETA on when this free game will come out. The BFME: Reforged Team aims to completely rebuilt every aspect of the game in Unreal Engine 4. As such, this project may not receive any C&D letter.

The team is currently focusing on bringing the multiplayer mode to Unreal Engine 4. Once that is done, the team may start working on its single-player campaign.

Enjoy the following videos and stay tuned for more!

Isengard Resource buildings

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