Mortal Kombat 11 is real and it's real bloody. The main new features in this next fighting game, as far as I can tell, are ultraviolence that's even more wince-inducing and dressing up your murderers like pretty dolls. Weirdly, another Scorpion appeared to finish the fight - perhaps eluding to the new "custom variation" system that the game will be employing.
"'Mortal Kombat' is back and better than ever in the next evolution of the iconic franchise", the official description states. The game will also be engineered through a new graphics engine, showcasing every gory detail and brutal moment as spectacularly as possible to bring gamers closer to the fight. It won't, will it.
Although platforms were not confirmed, it would come as a great surprise to not see Mortal Kombat 11 on the Xbox One, with the developer's recent releases all being multi-platform. Whether that means their appearance like in Injustice 2 using loot boxes, Or if you'll be able to change up the the actual move list of each character. It's made by NetherRealm Studios, who've been working on the series since 2011's reboot, and published by Warner Bros. Will Mortal Kombat 11 be skipping Steam like so numerous other announcements from The Game Awards tonight?