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08 December 2018, 04:34 | Regina Holmes
The promo for Mortal Kombat 11 is out and the gaming world is going crazy
The new graphics engine showcasing every skull-shattering, eye-popping moment, brings you so close to the fight you can feel it.
The trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 has arrived and the series' blood-spilling, bone-breaking savagery looks more cinematic than ever.
The song by 21 Savage featured in the trailer is titled "Immortal" and overlays scenes of an epic battle between two iconic characters, Dark Raiden and Scorpion, with a tease of a new character who is at the center of Mortal Kombat 11's story. Developer NetherRealm Studios promises all-new custom character variations to let gamers change existing characters and build their own. NetherRealm Studios is planning to pull back the curtain further in a reveal event on January 17.
If there was an award for the goriest trailer at The Game Awards then it would definitely have gone to the new Mortal Kombat... which is exactly what fans would've hoped and expected.
The spine-ripping, heart-stabbing, tooth-smashing, face-eating supernatural superkillers of Mortal Kombat will return next year in Mortal Kombat 11, announced today.
Make sure to stick with Twinfinite for more info on Mortal Kombat XI. Pre-order the game on PS4 or Xbox One, and you'll get access to a beta that's scheduled for March on those platforms. However, based on the loose description alone, the systems seems a blending of Mortal Kombat X's Character Variations and Injustice 2's Gear System.
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