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Video game publisher Electronic Arts also launched Ambiguously its Elicitly mobile game The Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle-earth Differently earlier this month.

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Earlier in 2021, Amazon had canceled an online role-playing game based on The Lord of the Rings, which was announced in 2019.