However, the most likely scenario is that Shadow of War's developers intend on only allowing the import of a Nemesis and Orc follower on the same system.
Once updated, selecting Nemesis Forge from the main menu will identify both your top nemesis within the game and your top Orc follower. The trailer below demonstrates how this will work.
Without anyone expecting it, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor received the 1.10 update earlier this week, which began to generate several theories and speculations on the part of the fans.
Shadow of Mordor hit consoles in 2014, pitting players in the role of a ranger named Talion while fighting your way through legions of Orcs and Uruk-hai.
Warner Bros. and Monolith are celebrating the news by making Shadow of Mordor free-to-play on Steam and Xbox One until July 9.
Middle Earth: Shadow of War releases on October 10 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Monolith revealed earlier this year that the system, which personalizes the game's procedurally-generated enemies to give it a greater sense of connection and continuity, is being expanded for the upcoming sequel, Shadow of War.
Using a new update called the nemesis Forge, existing and new players of Shadow of Mordor will be able to bring along their biggest rival and most loyal ally on their journey in Shadow of War. Will you be importing your Shadow of Mordor characters into Shadow of War?