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RoboCop vs. Terminator returns in latest Mortal Kombat: Aftermath trailer

Remember the Sega Mega Drive klassic?

NetherRealm Studios continues to construct hype towards Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, the paid DLC growth launching for its gory preventing sport subsequent week. This latest trailer is a real conflict of titans, as time-hopping cyborg murderer The Terminator takes on The Future of Law Enforcement, RoboCop.

The violent showdown is certain to stoke the nostalgia flames of older followers, who might bear in mind Frank Miller’s traditional comedian guide sequence and subsequent tie-in video video games of the early-’90s. Of course, it is the brand new boy who comes out on high on this explicit encounter, because of a bit assist from everybody’s favorite model-city ruiner, ED-209.

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath launches on all platforms May 26, bringing with it an expanded story mode and three new kombatants: RoboCop, Fujin, and Sheeva. A free replace – launched the identical day for all gamers – will add three new levels, stage fatalities, and Friendships to the combo.

Finally, at 13:00 PT / 16:00 ET right now, NRS will broadcast a socially-distanced edition of its Kombat Kast stream, which is able to take a better take a look at wind god Fujin. More importantly, a “meta-changing” mechanic will likely be revealed, hopefully one which improves MK 11’s moment-to-moment gameplay. Please do one thing with Breakway, or Fatal Blow, ah’m beggin’ ya.

Mortal Kombat 11 is out there now on PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

RoboCop vs. Terminator returns in latest Mortal Kombat: Aftermath trailer

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