Mortal Kombat 11 Announced, Releases Date Confirmed

NetherRealm Studios has announced Mortal Kombat 11, the latest entry in its much loved fighting series. The announcement was made during The Game Awards, where series co-creator Ed Boon appeared to introduce an awards for sports game. Except, this was a fakeout that led to a trailer for the game, which showed Scorpion fighting Raiden.As you can probably guess, the trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 was typically brutal. With heads being removed from bodies and blood flowing freely. Interestingly, there was a significant amount of weapon usage during the video, and it's not the typical stuff we expect from the characters. Raiden, for example, was wielding red lightning.You’re Next - April 23, 2019. #MK11(Original Track by: @21savage) — Mortal Kombat 11 (@MortalKombat) December 7, 2018 There was also multiple scorpions. While the first one got taken out by Raiden, the second turned into a being of fire and flew threw Raiden, decimating him. It unclear what the presence of two Scorpion means yet, but it could be that Mortal Kombat 11 has some multi-universe shenanigans of some sort going.Most excitingly, Mortal Kombat 11 got a release date of April 23, and it's a global launch. NetherRealm will also be hosting a community reveal event on January 17, no doubt giving us a much longer look at the game.

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