This is far from just another character pack.
The restart of NetherRealm Studios' 2009 Mortal Komabt can be said to be more profound, and the more cinematic style of story presentation has completely changed the fighting game. Since then, the team has been using this style of single-player content, but now it is experimenting with something new-a story expansion after the release.
Mortal Kombat 11 consequences It is expected to be released in digital form on May 26, so it only takes a few weeks to basically break the DLC trend of the Mortal Kombat series of simple fighter passes and instead provide a mature expansion pack experience.
Mortal Kombat 11 consequences: new characters in the new story
The aftermath introduced three new characters to the MK11 lineup-two turning faces and an exciting new guest. The return fighter also plays a key role in the expansion of the new story. It inherits the original right of MK11 to give up narrative and tells a new story whose storyline is the same as the movie story mode of the main game.
As part of participating in VG247 ’s digital preview event, MK co-creator Ed Boon showed some story scenes in the new expansion, which continued the plots of time and space bending and twisting the universe MK10 and 11. In case some of you have not completed MK11, we will not fully understand what it depicts, but it will see that the character has been forgotten the new time and space travel ability, and has to work with new allies to enter the past to change history and future. As always, the fate of the earth's realm is threatened.
One of the ma in details in this new story that fans will love is Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa's return to Shangzong. The actor, of course, played the role in the tacky and beloved 1990 Mortal Kombat movie, and returned to the character's face and voice as the MK11 fighter DLC. Here, he has the opportunity to fall into the real story with the character, giving him the same important role as the original MK movie.
The key to the story is to return to the fans' favorite characters, of course they also joined the standard fighter roster.
MK3 character Sheva Come back, you can play a strong grip in various situations and act as a multi-functional grabber. She is described as a master fighter and even has an unstoppable teleportation stepping action that can be used in the setup, so it sounds annoying.
Back Fujin, Thunderbolt's Aeolus Brothers appeared in MK4 for the first time. Fujin fights with the power of the wind and sword and cross.
Then comes the new role. The last guest to drop DLC is The Terminator, so as an ideal logarithm, who is better than Mechanical police? The 80's action movie hero joined the roster and cleaned up the dirty stuff-the character had the licensed voice and portrait of the actor Peter Weller who originally played the character. Robocop has a technical arsenal, including flamethrowers, riot shields, shoulder cannons with different ammunition, and of course his iconic Auto 9 pistol.
In addition, the Aftermath extension will also provide you with three new character skin packs-although these skin packs will be released over time, and not all will be available at the time of release.
As mentioned earlier, Aftermath will be released digitally on May 26 and is available in several different formats:
- It's just that MK11's Aftermath expansion will cost £ 34.99 / $ 39.99. This will provide you with all of the above.
- The product bundled with Kombat Pack 1 keeps you up to date on your existing DLC and costs £ 39.99 / $ 49.99. This includes Kombat Pack 1, which includes six additional playable characters and a bunch of skins.
- There is also a complete Collection software package that can package your original game and all DLC in one package (eg Aftermath and Kombat Pack 1), the price is $ 59.99 / £ 49.99.
If you book Aftermath, you will also get a skin pack containing Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Frost costumes. Every MK11 platform will face consequences-PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch and even Google Stadia will face consequences.
Free DLC update for all MK11 owners
In addition to the consequences, today ’s announcement also includes news about the Mortal Kombat 11 update for everyone who owns the game, whether or not they want to pull out their wallets to buy new content.
The free update that will be provided with Aftermath will add many of the fans ’favorite and often needed features to the MK11 experience:
- Favorite stage return: Stages familiar to fans of the series will reappear, including the "Dead Pool" and "Soul Room" stages.
- The death toll is back: In this update, use the elements on the stage you are currently playing to defeat your opponent. There are some hidden stages of lethality in MK11, but this is the proper stage of lethality and can make a comeback.
- Friendship is awesome: Friendship, shameful alternative completion actions are back, instead of executing opponents instead of executing opponents. Kill them kindly!