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GameStop Italy Has Leaked Some New Mortal Kombat 11 Details

Mortal Kombat 11 was just announced for multiple platforms, including the Nintendo Switch, just a few days ago, and there has already been a leak. GameStop Italy’s Mortal Kombat 11 Premium Edition listing for the game contains some new details that have yet to be officially announced. We’ve included a list of the brand new details down below.

  • New game engine, with even more bloody and bloody scenes;
  • New customization system, with clothes, accessories and move sets never seen before;
  • New Fatality as well as a new GoreTech system to make the executions even more brutal; and
  • Strong multiplayer component, fully oriented towards the esports: personalization systems, daily news, constantly updated rewards and an improved matchmaking.

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7 comments

  1. Honestly, I’ve been spoiled by the Super Smash Bros series. Combos for fighting games like Mortal Kombat have become so overly complicated that I’d get thrashed if I played these games today competitively or on a difficulty higher than maybe normal. Maybe if I had followed Mortal Kombat and such to PS2 and PS3 during the Wii era, then maybe I would have kept up with the game and improved my skills. Nowadays, I don’t got time to put a lot of time and effort into trying to “git gud” with that shit.

    So if I get MK11, I’ll be sticking to single player on them and just focus on the story of each individual character, so I won’t really need any of these updates concerning multiplayer and improved matchmaking.

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    1. It honestly just takes practice, and mk has tended to keep things fairly simple since game one. Smash I a different kind of fighting game too. But street fighter is already way more complicated than mk for sure

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      1. You forgot Tekken. I agree with you mate. It would be ridiculous to play a game and master and beat it right away. Of course there should be that challenge factor that makes games more fun. Anyway, would you be glad if Mortal Kombat 11 would make it to Switch? I heard Shiver Entertainment will make it possible.

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      2. I think the problem is some of the fighting games these days are trying too hard to be fighting simulators instead of pure fun fighting games. Sure simulators can be fun too if you are into that, but a lot of people don’t want to spend hours & hours on Dark Souls-esque difficulty.

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