MORTAL KOMBAT 11 was revealed at the Game Awards last night, with a trailer showing off what might be the most brutal entry into the long-running and famously gory franchise yet.
The trailer showed fan-favourite characters Raiden and Scorpion doing battle in a ruined temple, with moves getting more and more vicious as it went on.
The game will be out in April of next year, but pre-orders are already being taken.
The trailer shows a series of brutal but non-fatal moves as Raiden dispatches a number of henchmen in a ruined temple as a host of what look to be dead monks look on.
As well as normal abilities, weapons lying around the stage are used as well, perhaps hinting at a new feature for the game next year.
The main part ends with a finishing move that’s over-the-top even by Mortal Kombat standards, with Scorpion destroying most of Raiden’s torso before decapatitating him — and then impaling his head with his trademark flying chain attack.
If you do pre-order the game then you’ll get access to the beta, which will presumably fine-tune combat as well as testing out online modes.
You will also be able to play as Shao Khan, the series’ traditional final boss and main enemy.
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More information is promised in a Community Reveal Event that is coming on January 17.
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