Lord of the Rings Online Deploys November Update
Keeping to the regular update schedule promised before converting the Lord of the Rings Online to a free-to-play, publisher Turbine pushed out the November update today. This new patch includes some overhauls to the game‘s crafting system as well as tweaks to two existing character classes.
Along with these big changes there is a new Yule-festival set for December release and for long time players you may want to revisit the Dwarf and ELf starting zones. These two areas, like the hobbit and human zones have gotten optimized and refreshed to make jumping into the game easier.
The new free content includes all the zones included in Moria, Lothlorien and Mirkwood and the ability to play up to the level 65 cap without buying an upgrade or subscribing. Quest packs and skirmish play in these regions may still require purchase but the artificial barrier to entry is now removed.