Your move, creep! As the Mortal Kombat series continues onward, fans can look forward to even more characters from other franchises to play as with the latest being RoboCop according to IGN who made the announcement today along with a trailer.
Be advised, the following trailer contains spoilers for readers who haven’t played the main storyline of MK11:
Per the game’s creators at Netherrealm Studios, Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath will be an expansion pack adding new story content taking place right where the main game finished.
Along with RoboCop as a new character, additions also include Fujin who is the Elder God of wind in the games and Sheeva who is a Shokan warrior similar to the character Goro from the original Mortal Kombat game.
RoboCop was introduced as a character in the eponymous titled film in 1987 which spawned two sequels, a limited TV series and a remake. Fujin’s first appearance was in Mortal Kombat 4 in 1997 and Sheeva came into the series with Mortal Kombat 3 in 1995.
There will also be added stages and the return of Friendships, the opposite of Fatalities.
Two returning stages that are confirmed are The Dead Pool (not THAT Deadpool) and the Soul Chamber, which originated in MK 2 and MK 3 respectively.
Another aspect of the series to be brought back are Stage Fatalities, shown in the trailer where Sub-Zero hits Scorpion onto a hook and is then lowered into a pool of acid.
Check back soon for more updates on Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath.