Aftermath features a brand-new cinematic story centered around trust and deceit. Fire God Liu Kang, the new keeper of time and protector of Earthrealm, looks to secure the future he envisions. In order to do so, he is forced to enlist the help of some unlikely allies and familiar foes.
Players will have to decide who they can trust and who they must defeat with fate on the line. Forge a new history. New Playable Fighters Sheeva and Fujin triumphantly return, with special guest RoboCop making his debut in Mortal Kombat.
Dead or Alive, they're coming with you!Stage Fatalities The Klassic finishing move is back! Use the world as your weapon, and watch as the environment engulfs, eviscerates and destroys your opponents. Friendships You can dance if you want to. Friendly finishers are back for the entire roster.
Kill them with Kindness as the ultimate troll move. New Stages Kronika's Keep and Soul Chamber will be brand-new additions. Aftermath will also bring the klassic Dead Pool stage and RetroKade featuring favorites from MKI-III.
Aftermath marks the passing of the MK X/11 era and cleans the stage for the next game in the series. Good multiplayer, robust framerate, deep tutorial, exciting story and gameplay… MK 12 will have to aim very high to clear that bar.
Aftermath is not a huge expansion, but every bit of content that comes with it is fitting perfectly with what the base game already had to offer.
There's not enough meat on Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath's bones to feel like a full expansion, but two of its three new characters are excellent and the brief campaign is fun while it lasts.
There’s an economy of storytelling in Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, a sense of pacing, that you almost never get from video games because they’re too worried about taking up 100 hours of your time with busywork. Aftermath starts with the pedal to the floor and ends with the pedal through the floor. It’s one hell of a ride.
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