Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath Announced: RoboCop DLC, Friendships, and more

New extension featured by RoboCop and story DLC.

The narrative of Mortal Kombat 11 isn’t exactly completed right now. Netherrealm simply reported Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath, an extension that will include fresh out of the box new story content that happens right the latest relevant point of interest, alongside three new characters: Fujin, Sheeva, and RoboCop. That is not all, however, in light of the fact that notwithstanding the substance offered in the paid extension there will likewise be a free update on May 26 for all players that will include new stages, stage fatalities, and above all, companionships!

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What is The Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Story About?

The narrative of Aftermath gets directly at the finish of Mortal Kombat 11, so on the off chance that you haven’t beaten it yet, consider this your spoiler cautioning.

From what little we’ve seen of Aftermath, it appears to solely follow the DLC characters: Shang Tsung, Nightwolf, Fujin, Sheeva, and Sindel. That is incredible, in light of the fact that their parts in the primary MK11 story were for all intents and purposes non-existent besides a couple of short scenes with Sheeva.

In the wake of crushing Kronika, Raiden and the now truly supernatural Liu Kang are going to make a fresh out of the box new course of events of their own creation… just to be hindered by Shang Tsung, who had been caught by Kronika (alongside Fujin and Nightwolf) and was liberated upon her thrashing.

Shang Tsung cautions that if Liu Kang makes another course of events he will pulverize all the domains in light of the fact that, during the time spent crushing Kronika, he wrecked her crown. The crown basically went about as the way to make Kronika’s hourglass work, and attempting to utilize the hourglass without it would just welcome fiasco. Thus, their solitary alternative is to send Shang Tsung, Fujin, and Nightwolf back in time so as to recover Kronika’s crown before she’s ready to acquire it.

The Return of Friendships in Mortal Kombat

Companionships have been absent in Mortal Kombat since the time 1996’s Mortal Kombat Trilogy, however, they’re at long last making a rebound in Aftermath. We’ve seen three up until now: Scorpion skewering a colossal teddy bear for a monstrous embrace, Noob Saibot utilizing his clones to bounce some rope, and Kano putting another shrimp on the barbie.

What Are The New Stages and Stage Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath?

There are two affirmed new stages: The Dead Pool and the Soul Chamber, the two of which are exemplary Mortal Kombat stages. The Dead Pool started in Mortal Kombat 2 of every 1992 and the Soul Chamber appeared in Mortal Kombat 3 out of 1995. Stage Fatalities are making a rebound too, and we got our first taste of the Dead Pool stage casualty in the to uncover trailer, where Sub-Zero uppercuts Scorpion onto a snare and is then brought down into a pool of corrosive.

Which Characters Come in Kombat Pack 2?

As opposed to discharge characters individually, we’re getting three DLC characters forthright as a major aspect of Kombat Pack 2:

  • The Shokan sovereign Sheeva
  • Raiden’s sibling and the divine force of the wind, Fujin,
  • RoboCop

Sheeva’s last playable appearance in a Mortal Kombat game was Mortal Kombat 9 of every 2011, however, she had a short part to play in the MK11 story. Sheeva’s interactivity style is depicted as a grappler, with tosses to cover each circumstance. Low hook, overhead catch, against air catch, and obviously, her unblockable transport pummel.

Fujin hasn’t been a playable character in Mortal Kombat since Mortal Kombat Armageddon route in 2006, however, he has been available in Mortal Kombat legend from that point forward, strikingly battling close by his sibling in 2015’s Mortal Kombat X. His battling style spins around a blade, a crossbow, and his breeze controls, the last of which he uses to control the two his weapons and his foes.

And afterward, there’s Robocop, who highlights both the famous voice and resemblance of Peter Weller, who obviously played Alex Murphy in the first RoboCop 1 and 2. RoboCop is depicted as a character who exceeds expectations at keeping his rivals under control with his Auto-9 gun, flamethrower, revolt shield, and shoulder gun that can be stacked with different sorts of ammunition.

Alongside the three new characters, there will likewise be three new character skin packs that will be discharged after some time.

The amount Will Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Cost?

There are three alternatives with regards to pre-requesting or buying Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath when it’s discharged on May 26. For the individuals who own MK11 and the first Kombat Pack as of now, there’s a $39.99 overhaul pass that gets all of you of the new substance in Aftermath: both the story DLC and the Kombat Pack 2 characters.

On the off chance that you have MK11, yet not the first Kombat Pack, there’s a group containing Aftermath and Kombat Pack 1 that costs $49.99.

Lastly, in case you’re totally new to MK11 and need everything, there’s the Aftermath Kollection, which contains vanilla MK11, Kombat Pack 1, and the Aftermath development, for the expense of $59.99. Physical forms will be accessible in June (for the Americas as it were).

It’s likewise imperative to stress that Friendships, the new stages, and stage fatalities are not part of the Aftermath. They will all be a piece of a free update that will be accessible to all players.

What’s more, that is all that we know! Tell us what character you’re generally amped up for in the survey underneath, and sound off in the remarks.

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