The one controversy that comes to the mind when Middle-earth: Shadow of War comes up for discussion is the Loot Boxes and Microtransactions. Players are furious with the inclusion of microtransactions in Shadow of War solely for one reason why it is following a PAY-To-Win culture. If you are among one of those users who are not at all happy with the way microtransactions and loot boxes work in Middle-earth: Shadow of War then we have a good news for you – a way has been discovered by which you will be able to completely Disable microtransactions and Loot Boxes in the game. If you follow the steps provided below properly then you won’t receive any loot box prompts in-game. So let’s figure out how to disable microtransactions in Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
How To Disable Loot Boxes And Microtransactions
All you need to do is Declining or Not Accept the Terms of Service – just UNCHECK a box at the Terms of Service Screen, that’s it. As soon as you UNCHECK the box a new message will appear with a title – “Offline Gameplay Warning” and the full message will read something like this –
“You will not be able to access any of the online features for Shadow of War until you agree to the data uses described on the prior screen. This includes access to the Market and online gameplay modes. Are you sure you want to continue?”
Here you have to click “YES” option. This action will make the market inaccessible, making your Shadow of War experience micro-transactions free. The only thing to note here is that apart from Offline Multiplayer Raiding will also become inaccessible as it falls under the “Online Gameplay Modes” category.
The choice is completely yours – sacrifice Offline Multiplayer Raiding feature to get a microtransactions free experience in Middle-earth: Shadow of War by declining Terms of Service OR accept the ToS and continue to get Loot Boxes prompts in-game even though you don’t want to see it even for one second, but can’t help it out because you want to have that offline Multiplayer Raid feature.