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Mortal Kombat: Aftermath will forge (another) new future

Heads up, slightly spoilery…

NetherRealm Studios, at the moment on a promotional drive for upcoming DLC Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, has launched a brand new launch trailer, which features a choice of scenes taken from the brand new story enlargement, out there on all platforms May 26.

Informing the viewer that “No-one can be trusted,” and backed by extra utterly ill-fitting hop-hop, the cinematic video provides us a take a look at Aftermath‘s five-chapter story mode, during which treacherous shape-shifter Shang Tsung kinds an uneasy alliance with Earthrealm heroes with the intention to stop the time-spinning machinations of antagonist Kronika.

A celebration comprised of Mr. Tsung, Kitana, Sindel, Sheeva, Fujin and others definitely appears like a friendship on skinny ice, and little question there’s bother a-brewin’ and ulterior motives at play. Frankly, I feel the trailer reveals slightly too a lot, and may most likely be prevented fully by those that want to go into the brand new chapters “dark.”

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath is a paid DLC enlargement that features the aforementioned story mode together with three new characters (Sheeva, Fujin, and RoboCop) and a choice of klassic skins. A free replace, arriving on all platforms the identical day, will add 4 new levels, stage fatalities, and Friendships.

In a Kombat Kast live stream held yesterday night, NRS additionally revealed that each kombatant can have an armour-breaking impact utilized to one in every of their normal strikes. Hopes are that this may change the MK 11 meta, permitting well-read gamers to bust by Breakaway and Fatal Blow safety. Whether this attention-grabbing new mechanic steps up general gameplay stays to be seen.

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

Mortal Kombat: Aftermath will forge (another) new future

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