Are R Rated games your things? Yes. And, more importantly, was that non-voluntary tongue twister? No. Lastly, finally we have something we’ve been waiting for a long time: a bloody gameplay Mortal Combat 11 reveal trailer.
Without any further ado, check the trailer on the video below:
Mortal Combat 11 with the klassic fighters
Mortal Combat 11 made a surprise debut at the 2018 Game Awards. We the fans have been waiting for more details about the arcade title. So now it’s our turn to say: Get over here!
The studio NetherRealm took charge of the fighting game and finally revealed its first official gameplay trailer on January 17.
NetherRealm is a Chicago-based video game company you should know about. They are the creators of Batman’s Arkham Trilogy, Injustice, Injustice 2, and Mortal Combat X.
Anyways, the gameplay trailer shows various veteran Mortal Kombat character fighting until death. In addition to Scorpion and Raiden -both of which NetherRealm showed during the Game Awards trailer- we got to see Liu Kang, Sub-Zero, Baraka, and Sonya.
More so, we have Skarlet, who was a DLC character for Mortal Kombat 9.
And, apparently, we got to see true Mortal Kombat-fashion fatalities.
More importantly, the fights on the gameplay trailer are between professional players. For example, the Sonya vs. Raiden match is particularly impressive, as its a fight between pro-players SonicFox and Rewind.
Mortal Kombat 11 is coming soon
NetherRealm confirmed there are going to be different variations of each fighter. Players would be able to customize the characters with different costumes, intros, and more.
Injustice 2 already showed some form of personalization so that the natural progression would mean different martial arts of each character.
Mortal Kombat Deception for PlayStation 2 featured three different martial arts for each fighter. During combat, players could change between the different fighting styles and unlock a whole array of combos. More so, each character had a weapon.
This time around, Mortal Kombat 11 will follow the same path as 2011’s Mortal Kombat X.
We also know Mortal Kombat 11 has the return of “Klassic” fighters. For example, we saw two different Scorpions fighting Raiden on the Game Awards trailer. It could mean some sort of time travel or multi-verse experimentation.
Check the trailer on the video below. Beware, though, the video features a trap soundtrack that has -absolutely- nothing to do with the gory action scenes. But, you know, everyone loves trap, right?
You can pre-order on either Steam, the PlayStation Network, the Microsoft Store, or the Nintendo store. It would grant you an extra bonus character and ensure you beta access.