Mortal Kombat 11 announced with first trailer – out April 2019

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Mortal Kombat 11 – the Spinal Tap jokes write themselves

The next Mortal Kombat will be out sooner than many expected, with a full reveal event planned for next month.

If there was an award for the goriest trailer at The Game Awards then it would definitely have gone to the new Mortal Kombat… which is exactly what fans would’ve hoped and expected.

The pre-rendered trailer features a fight between Raiden and Scorpion (both newer and old school versions) but doesn’t given much else away about the gameplay.

The trailer at least partially matches up with a recent Reddit leak though, which predicted the game would be shown at The Game Awards and that it features a plot involving time travel.

The time travel aspect is probably going to be an excuse to have multiple different variants of the same character, which is as good a reason as any.

Other leaks though have suggested a co-op mode and gameplay, or at least a separate mode, that works as a spiritual successor to scrolling beat ‘em-up Shaolin Monks.

But while there’s nothing in the trailer to suggest that, it doesn’t rule it out either – so we’ll just have to wait and see on that one.

You won’t have to wait long though as a ‘community reveal event’ is planned for January 17 and the game itself is out on April 23.

Pre-orders have already started for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch (which is a bit of a surprise), and PC – giving you exclusive access to a beta and the Shao Kahn character.

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