Tonight at the 2018 Game Awards, Netherrealm Studios head Ed Boon took the stage to announce the victor of the best sports or racing game award, but sgave us a trailer for Mortal Kombat XI instead-complete with an April 23 global launch date. Following the game's announcement, a press release was sent out that divulged new information about one of Mortal Kombat 11's most notable features: its custom character variation system.
Boasting a new graphics engine, Mortal Kombat 11 promises to make every special move and fatality a visceral and thoroughly unpleasant experience for all (in a good way).
The pre-rendered trailer features a fight between Raiden and Scorpion (both newer and old school versions) but doesn't given much else away about the gameplay.
The promo for Mortal Kombat 11 is out and the gaming world is going insane.
Warner Bros has released the first screenshots for Mortal Kombat 11, showing Scorpion and Raiden; the two characters that were featured in the game's debut trailer.
It stands to reason that specifics about the Custom Character Variation System will also remain under wraps until the January 2019 event. 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.
The next Mortal Kombat will be out sooner than many expected, with a full reveal event planned for next month.
Available for pre-order beginning December 7 is the Mortal Kombat 11 standard edition for $59.99 SRP.* The Mortal Kombat 11 Premium Edition is also available for pre-order at $99.99 which includes the base game and the Kombat Pack.
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