Shadow of War Exploit Lets Players Get Unlimited Loot Boxes

IGN All Hope Corrigan

An exploit in Monolith's latest Middle-earth adventure Shadow of War allows players to get unlimited loot boxes.

PC Gamer reports players on PC can generate the in-game currency Mirian using Cheat Engine scripts. While it's not the premium purchasable currency, Mirian still allows players to purchase silver chests, giving them infinite loot and uruks.

Cheat Engine is a third-party tool allowing players to make changes to game files. This kind of player-based alteration has been a long-standing tradition among PC gamers, however, the rise of online requirements and microtransactions has seen a significant decline.

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