The Mortal Kombat franchise is an interesting one. Putting aside all the gory fights, over the years, the developer has managed to snag themselves some pretty sweet deals where they have managed to bring popular comic and movie characters into the Mortal Kombat universe, and Mortal Kombat 11 will be no different.
One of the defining characteristics of the Mortal Kombat series is its gory fatalities. If you enjoyed that aspect of the game, then you might be interested to learn that the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie will not only be R-rated, but it is also expected to feature the game’s iconic fatalities as well.
If you’re looking to try out and play new characters in the recently-released Mortal Kombat 11, then the upcoming DLC could be worth looking forward to. NetherRealm recently released a new trailer for the upcoming DLC has revealed several new characters that might be of interest to some gamers.
While we wouldn’t go as far as calling the original Mortal Kombat movie good, it was a classic in its own way and was one of the earlier video game movie adaptations. As some fans might have heard, a reboot of the movie is in the works and now it seems that its filming is expected to begin shortly over Adelaide, Australia.
If there is a reason why developers and publishers are loving the microtransaction model, it is because it allows them to earn a lot more over the course of the game’s lifetime. This is versus the previous model where once the game was bought and paid for, that’s where their revenue kind of comes to an end.
These days microtransactions have gotten to the point where it is expected to be seen in pretty much every game. Some games make it a pay-to-win model, where you can buy items in game that will bolster your character and make them more powerful, while others adopt a more cosmetic approach where in-game purchases only affect the way your character looks.
We know that many gamers are very excited to get their hands on Mortal Kombat 11 which was recently announced in detail. In fact there is a beta that kicks off on the 28th of March where you get to try the game before deciding if it is for you. Unfortunately it seems that not everyone will be able to get in on it.
The story of Mortal Kombat, at least its premise, started out simple enough. However over the years, the lore behind the game was expanded upon where we got a lot more backstory than we did when the game first started. Granted players probably don’t really play the game for the story, bu it’s nice to know it’s there anyway.
If you’re a fan of NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat franchise, chances are you might have been eagerly anticipating Mortal Kombat 11. The good news is that if you are looking forward to the game and have some spare cash on hand, then perhaps the Mortal Kombat 11: Kollector’s Edition could be of interest to you.
NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced towards the end of last year where the game was initially pegged for a release on the 23rd of April, 2019 for the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. It appears that the release on the Switch could have since been delayed, according to Amazon listings over in Europe.
The problem when Mortal Kombat 11 was announced wasn’t so much the announcement, but the lack of details. Save for showing off a couple of characters in the trailer and its potentially new graphics and engine, not much else is known about the game such as its features or its roster of characters for that matter.
Just the other day, Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced, but apart from the announcement, not much else was known about the game. However it looks like we might be able to confirm at least one more character that would be added to the game and that comes in the form of Spawn.
Last week during the Game Awards 2018, Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced. The game’s official trailer was released, but apart from showing off two characters within the trailer, not much else was known about the game. However it seems that in a post on Test Your Might, details about the game was discovered thanks to a leak on the Italian GameStop’s website.
Last month it was reported that during the Game Awards, Mortal Kombat 11 could be announced. Given that Mortal Kombat X was announced in 2015, we suppose it does feel like it is as good a time as any to announce a sequel. If you’re a fan of the franchise, then you’ll be happy to learn that the rumors are true.