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Sheeva is coming to Mortal Kombat: Aftermath well-armed

The solely ‘weapons’ anybody needs to see in Mortal Kombat

NetherRealm Studios has gone full-Atlus with its advertising and marketing drive this week, dropping a slew of trailers for its upcoming Mortal Kombat 11 growth Aftermath. This newest video takes a short have a look at one of many DLC pack’s new roster addition, klassic MK kombatant Sheeva.

Queen of the Shokan – the four-armed race that gave us authentic Mortal Kombat sub-boss Goro – Sheeva was launched in Mortal Kombat 3 because the devoted bodyguard of Sindel, (although extra precisely was there to stop Kitana from reaching her mom and revealing the reality in regards to the resurrected queen’s passing). Sheeva, to be honest, has not been handled like a lot of a star all through her complete MK run, however her new look in Aftermath appears to rectify that, providing the fearsome warrior a flip within the highlight as a reliable collection star. A second of glory that has been too lengthy coming.


Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath is a paid DLC growth that bundles a five-chapter epilogue together with Sheeva, Fujin, RoboCop, and a trio of klassic skins. It is obtainable to pre-order now for a kinda-lofty $40. A free replace, which arrives on all platforms the identical day, will add 4 new phases, together with stage fatalities and Friendships.

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

Sheeva is coming to Mortal Kombat: Aftermath well-armed

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