Mortal Kombat 11 bringing more ultraviolence in April

‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Launches Worldwide in April

Mortal Kombat 11 bringing more ultraviolence in April

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.

The spine-ripping, heart-stabbing, tooth-smashing, face-eating supernatural superkillers of Mortal Kombat will return next year in Mortal Kombat 11, announced today.

Boasting a new graphics engine, Mortal Kombat 11 promises to make every special move and fatality a visceral and thoroughly unpleasant experience for all (in a good way).

The all new Custom Character Variations give you unprecedented control to customise the fighters and make them your own. For those unable to attend the event, the festivities and a keynote will be livestreamed on NetherRealm's official Twitch account. Mortal Kombat 11 is developed by award-winning NetherRealm Studios and is scheduled for release beginning April 23, 2019 for PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, PlayStation®4 Pro computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch™ system and PC. In addition, the game will introduce a new cinematic story that continues the epic saga that is more than 25 years in the making.

‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Launches Worldwide in April

The standard edition of Mortal Kombat 11 just comes with the game itself, plus whatever pre-order bonuses you're eligible to receive.

It stands to reason that specifics about the Custom Character Variation System will also remain under wraps until the January 2019 event.

The video also reveals that if you pre-order Mortal Kombat 11, you'll get Shao Kahn unlocked right away along with Beta Access (Beta Access only on PS4 & Xbox One in March 2019).

The premium edition of Mortal Kombat 11 comes with the base game, plus the Kombat Pack.

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