Geras, Scorpion, Skarlet & Baraka Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay

Check out some new gameplay from Mortal Kombat 11, including some Brutalities that weren't showcased at the reveal.


This week NetherRealm brought Mortal Kombat fans together to show off Mortal Kombat 11, the latest entry in the popular fighting game series. Complete with more blood, gore and classic kombatants, the new game has pulled in quite a bit of attention. While many of us spent the day watching the reveal from the comfort of our offices, Senior Editor, Ozzie Mejia had a chance to experience the reveal from the ground, complete with a little time to check out the game.

During his time with the game, Ozzie was able to dive into a few different characters, including Geras, Baraka, Skarlet and even Scorpion. The good news is, he was able to capture a bit of the gameplay itself, which we’ve brought together here so you can check out the updated graphics, characters and more from one easy place.

First up is a video showing off Geras, one of the new characters joining the Mortal Kombat roster.

Next up, you can check out some of the new moves that Scorpion has to offer, including a new Brutality that wasn’t featured in the reveal stream.

Third on our list is a look at Skarlet, who is returning to the series for the first time since Mortal Kombat 9. You can see some of her blood-based attacks in action to get a feel for what this character will have to offer.

Finally, fans can get a look at Baraka, another old-school character joining the roster in Mortal Kombat 11. You can also check out a special Brutality that wasn’t showcased at the reveal in this video, so make sure to watch until the end.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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