Mortal Kombat 11
We got to see Rain hand out of the smoothest of fades last week. Now it's Rambo's turn.
Mortal Kombat definitely stands out from other fighting games. This is not only because of the fades you can issue in the game but also due to the range of characters you can play with. Thursday's announcement of the addition of this popular film character hammers home that point.
Despite COVID-19 more than likely going to rain on Halloween's parade this year but things are still going to get spooky in the world of Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath.
Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath revigorates the fighting game by adding new stages, significant balance changes, Friendships for other characters, stage fatalities, and more.
The dream match nerds have always imagined between Hollywood's most famous cyborgs is a reality once again in Mortal Kombat 11.
SONICFOX, a Black Nonbinary Furry is not to be messed with when it comes to fighting games, and he proved that last night (Mar.8) when he was crowned champion of the Mortal Kombat 11 Pro Kompetition season.
Here he is Mortal Kombat fans, the one character everyone has been waiting for since he was first announced, Todd McFarlane''s comic book creation Spawn.
Fans of Mortal Kombat will have a chance to test their skills against other combatants at a pop-up tournament hosted by none other than Chief Keef. The invitational tourney will take place at the Thunder Gaming Studios in Long Beach, Calif. next month.
Last month the Terminator T-800 minus Arnold’s voice traveled across to time to join in on the Mortal Kombat 11 action. Now it’s time for the return of the klassic fighter Sindel.
Earlier this month, NetherRealm announced Mortal Kombat 11 was getting a bevy of updates coming to the game, including the new character The Terminator T-800. Today (Oct.17), MK11 will get spooky thanks to a free Halloween themed in-game event.