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Free Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle-Earth II Game Demo

The battle for Middle-Earth, the fantasy world of The Lord of the Rings movies and books, continues in the action-packed strategy game from Electronic Arts! The new The Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle-Earth II video game lets you create your own heroes, like the elven archer Legolas, and battle for good or evil with huge armies and fierce creatures. The best part is that we have the 411 on how you can play it for free by downloading the PC game demo. Here's how!

What's in the Battle for Middle-Earth II Game Demo?

First off, you get a tutorial to show you how to play the game. Then, you get to take command of either the stalwart Dwarves or the hordes of Goblins and battle on the frozen plains of Withered Heath or on the coasts of Harlindon.

Downloading the Battle for Middle-Earth II PC Game Demo

Here's the 411 on how to download the Battle for Middle-Earth II game demo, with step-by-step instructions.
  • 1. Click Here to go to the official The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-Earth II download page.
  • 2. Look for the green "Get the Demo" link in the upper-left corner under the EA logo and click it.
  • 3. It'll take you to the game demo page, scroll down, look for the green "Download Demo" link beneath the two images and click it.
  • 4. You'll get a "Save File As..." popup. Accept the file and choose to save it to your Desktop so it'll be easy to find later.
  • 5. The demo will start to download, but it's a massively huge 1.3 GB file so go watch all three Lord of the Rings movies while you wait for it to finish.
  • 6. Once the game demo has downloaded, double-click it to start installing it.
  • 7. Once the Lord of the Rings: Battle for Middle-Earth II game demo is installed, double-click it and take command of a fantasy army in the greatest battles of all time!
  • Battle for Middle-Earth II Game Computer Requirements

    To lead your fantasy army to victory in the battle for Middle-Earth, you need a PC with enough power to scare a Nazgul. Check out the requirements to see if you've got what you need!
    Operating System: Windows XP
    Processor: P4 1.6 GHz required, 3.0 GHz recommended.
    RAM: 256 MB RAM required, 1 GB RAM recommended.
    Hard Drive: 5.5 GB free space.
    Video Card: 64MB DirectX 9.0c compatible video card
    Sound: DirectX compatible sound card.
    DirectX: DirectX 9.0c or higher.

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