We’re a little over a week away from the return of the Mortal Kombat series, and if recent announcements, gameplay trailers, and reveals have been anything to go by, this installment of the brutal fighting series is going to be big, epic, and yes, deadly. or should I say, fatal?
With it’s coming arrival, NetherRealm Studios has released the official Mortal Kombat X Launch Trailer. One that is not only in perfect sync with what Mortal Kombat X seeks to be, but showcases many of the roster in both story and gameplay settings. You might just have to slow this down to a second by second rate to see if you notice everything that is jam-packed into this trailer.
This trailer was actually directed by a special guest, one who’s bands song was actually used as the backdrop for the trailer as well.
“Check out the launch trailer, directed by System Of A Down’s Shavo Odadjian, with glimpses of iconic moments, a cast of new and returning Kombatants and heart-pounding fight sequences set to the band’s hit song, “Chop Suey!”
Experience every brutal move, every Fatality, every shocking story twist as Mortal Kombat X comes to Xbox One, PS4, and PC on April 14th.
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