Remember The Battle for Middle-Earth games? Like the Balrog in the depths of the Mines of Moria, the real-time strategy series was left dormant after its online servers were snuffed out when EA's The Lord of the Rings licence expired in 2010.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that a new expansion for Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II is on the way - and that it'll hit the shops later this year.
Rumours of the expansion pack, which is subtitled The Rise of the Witch-king, first began to emerge earlier this week, and it turns out our old friend Internet Reports was right on the money this time.
Apparently the expansion will "enhance every existing feature" of the game, letting you take command of the evil rising in Middle-Earth and enjoy the epic battles that took place before the events of the movie trilogy.
DVD printers of the world revolt: EA's The Lord of the Rings, The Battle for Middle-Earth II is to receive a PC expansion. It's going to be called (actually, we should probably move it to its own paragraph)...
The Lord of the Rings, The Battle for Middle-Earth II: The Rise of the Witch-king.
The news was first mooted on a web-forum by one of EA's e-minions, who said more information would be revealed later this week during a comic convention.