“Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor” was considered one of the best games of 2014, an open-world action game where the Nemesis system was the highpoint. Having said that, the game was far from perfect and one of its major flaws raised by many was its ending. For this reason, Monolith Productions made a promise that its sequel, “Middle-earth: Shadow of War,” will compensate for its predecessor.

The hype has gotten real and all eyes are focused on how the developer is shaping up the sequel. The keenest of fans, apart from their anticipation of how the gameplay will turn out, are also on the lookout for the game’s voice actors.

These details have now been revealed by publisher Warner Bros. Interactive, and yes, it managed to come up with some of the biggest names on TV.

‘Shadow of War’s’ all-star cast

Reprising their roles are Alastair Duncan (“Westworld”), who plays Celebrimbor, and Troy Baker as Talion. Pollyanna McIntosh of “The Walking Dead” will also have parts, as well as Kumail Ninjiani from “Silicon Valley” fame. Additionally, “Injustice 2’s” Laura Bailey will take on the role of an “elite assassin” named Eltariel.

More great news from Warner Bros. Interactive, the cast will make an appearance at San Diego Comic Con at the San Diego Convention Center, happening July 20 through July 23. Vice President for Monolith Productions Michael de Plater will also be there along with the cast, and he’s said to bring new footage with him.

Fans are now speculating a trailer will be dropped, which hopefully will show more of “Shadow of War’s” story. The panel will take place July 21 at room 6BCF, from 2 pm PDT onwards.

Bring in the allies via Nemesis Forge

Shadow of Mordor’s” Nemesis system has been hailed one of the game’s best additions, which had fans raving.

Monolith doesn’t want to disappoint, and so its bring over the system to the upcoming sequel.

The developer previously confirmed that it’s going to allow players bring with them their worst enemies from the old game to “Shadow of War.” That said, the worthiest of allies aren’t to be left out either. This is made possible by Mordor’s update called Nemesis Forge, which also allows players to utilize different strategies to conquer dynamic strongholds and create personalized worlds with their unique Orc army.

Those keen on “The Lord of the Rings won’t have to wait long for “Middle-earth: Shadow of War” to arrive. The game launches Oct. 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Pre-orders are also now available on all platforms.