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Mortal Kombat 11 will soon feature three-player co-op raids


NetherRealms continues to have big plans for the popular Mortal Kombat 11. The developers announced that players will soon have access to small three-player co-operative raids. The new mode which is called Team Raids will see you all try to take down a big enemy as a team. As with most raids, they will be timed, so you will all have to perform your best in order to take down the enemy. NeverRealms want Team Raids to be Mortal Kombat 11’s most difficult challenges. The Team Raids will come along with the next big patch for the game which hasn’t been given a release date yet.


4 thoughts on “Mortal Kombat 11 will soon feature three-player co-op raids”

  1. Pingback: Mortal Kombat 11 will soon feature three-player co-op raids | The Best Technology Information

  2. In my opinion they have screwed up this games post release content. Unlike Smash Bros where new characters and other content have come out every month or so since launch it took months for the first dlc character in MK 11 to come out and then it will take nearly a year from now to have the rest of them. Feels like they’re stretching it out too thinly. There doesn’t seem to be any buzz about the game since launch which seems like a mistake on their part.

    1. This game wasn’t made for the Switch, or Nintendo, for that matter. Nintendo owners don’t get to criticize MK publication because it was so kind enough to grace its presence on their console.

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