Mortal Kombat 11 is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. If you’re still wondering if this is the new Mortal Kombat game for you, we’ve rounded up how the game has changed for the better.

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Kustomization

In Mortal Kombat 11 you’re able to completely customise your characters. Each character has a few skins you can change up, along with different weapons, accessories, and gear.

Move sets can also be customised to make the gameplay feel right for you.

New Karacters

There are a few new characters that have been introduced with the new game. These include,

Frost

Cetrion

Kollector

Geras

We might get some guest characters, too, so plenty to look forward too still in terms of characters.

New Fatalities, Brutalities, And Fatal Moves

In Mortal Kombat X, the fatalities were already pretty epic to behold in all their blood, violence and gore.

In Mortal Kombat 11 these are even more over the top and disgustingly creative. There are some fatalities in the new game that look so real, they might make your stomach turn a little.

 

Biggest Story Mode Ever

In Mortal Kombat 11 there are a few different game modes. Players are able to take part in the Story Mode, Towers of Time, Klassic Towers, and The Krypt.

Even the creators of the game are calling it the biggest story mode in the history of the fighting franchise, explaining that this was an upgrade that everyone at NetherRealm Studios

This is definitely the biggest story mode we’ve ever done, in terms of the length. It’s quite long, and I’m very excited for everyone to play it. Kronika is a super cool boss character, a big bad female character. We’re all excited around the studio about that.

There you have some of the cool Mortal Kombat 11 updates that might be enough for you to take on this brutally fun fighting game.

Are you going to be playing Mortal Kombat 11?

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