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Video: Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate official Rambo gameplay trailer

Rambo is joining the likes of action movie icons RoboCop and the Terminator as part of Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate and Kombat Pack 2 which is due to release on 17th November, and there’s a gameplay trailer to see him in action. According to Dominic Cianciolo, Story & Voiceover Director from NetherRealm Studio, his moveset takes inspiration from the first three films in the Rambo series and the designer says he relies more on stealthier attacks rather than gunplay.

Drawing inspiration from the first three films in the Rambo series – First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Part II, and Rambo III – our gameplay designers looked to distill the essence of his particular style of combat. That’s why our Rambo, as he does in the films, relies more on stealth than he does on gunplay. He uses the environment itself as a weapon, deploying a variety of traps which use elements like tripwires, swinging logs and hidden mines. Of course, Rambo is also famous for his skill with a knife and compound bow. Both are a core part of his moveset and are used in very distinct ways.

Dominic Cianciolo, Story & Voiceover Director from NetherRealm Studio

The ultra-violent Mortal Komat 11 title is available now on Nintendo Switch and other platforms.

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3 comments

  1. Ever since MK9 the character direction has dipped like really bad. When you think about it, the only good character designs are those from the 90’s. This series has not had a good character design since I don’t know how long, maybe MK4 Quan Chi. Deadly Alliance and Deception had horrible character designs too —Drahmin, Tsu-Hao, Taven, Daego, Shujinko, Kobra, Darrius, Havik, Bo-Rai Cho, Dairou, and so on. It’s no wonder they have to add iconic, non-mk, characters to sell this dump now.

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