All you need to know about Mortal Kombat 11


Mortal Kombat 11 was entitled to a reveal event last night. The game was shown on video and fans could not wait to see it after the Game Awards flash announcement. The event – which lasted about thirty minutes – was filled with interesting details about the title. That’s all that was worth to be remembered yesterday with our bonus reviews and comments on the gameplay. Visit here for 스포츠토토.

A brief description about Mortal Kombat 11

Let us discuss in details about Mortal Kombat 11.

The gameplay of Mortal Kombat 11

– Before we even saw a fight, we saw that 17 arena locations were available on the screen, a decent number for a fighting game.

– Let’s dive straight into the heart of the matter: combat mechanics. There are two separate gauges: attack and defense, unlike the single gauge of Mortal Kombat X. These two reserves can be filled on two thresholds that can then trigger enhanced movements. The offensive gauge improves the special moves by increasing their damage and giving them new effects. The defensive gauge, on the other hand, allows you to catch set items and throw them at your opponent. Click here for 스포츠토토.


– The cinematic moments where you could see in detail the evisceration of your opponent is not limited to X-Ray attacks as in Mortal Kombat X. These violent attacks are scattered throughout the gameplay of Mortal Kombat 11. The reveal showed the grab Baraka snatch a piece of skin from Scorpion’s arm. Delicious.

– The X-Ray attacks, these sequence of hits that consumed all your tonnage in Mortal Kombat X were replaced by Fatal Strikes. Strokes are available when you have lost 70% of your life. These are particularly bloody attacks that do a lot of damage. If you miss your Fatal Stroke, it becomes available soon after. Of course, fatalities are returns, more violent than ever.

The story of Mortal Kombat 11

– Raiden is still in his black series set in the Mortal Kombat 11 epilogue. He continues to torture Shinok – the final boss of the previous game – and beheads him to send his head to Liu Kang in the Netherrealm to warn him that the Earth is a closed one.

– After the departure of Raiden, the new villain of Mortal Kombat 11, Kronika, makes his appearance. For her, being a mere head is not Shinok’s fate and Raiden’s ugly habit of changing the future is out of date. According to Ed Boon, it is a divine being who controls time, in preparation since Mortal Kombat 1. Yes, the reboot AND the original series are canon.