Talk of Turbine's Lord of the Rings Online making the jump from PC to console has been swirling for a while now, but the buzz has picked up considerably following a recent marketing survey.

The survey, centring around a 360 version of the game, seems to take the tone that the game's already been announced, going into such detail as monthly subscription rates (hinted at being $12.99), press release-ish marketing boasts and the possible cost of downloadable content for the title.


All of which strongly suggest that the game - which would be only the second MMO on the console, after Final Fantasy XI - is all but a done deal. Turbine, however, declined to comment, leaving us wondering whether E3 might be the time/place for such business.

Lord of the Rings MMO for 360 to Potentially Debut at $12.99/month [GameDaily]