A familiar face is finally making his return in Mortal Kombat 11, as shown in the latest trailer for the Kombat Pack DLC. Shang Tsung is featured heavily, but we also get quick teases of other guest fighters on their way, including Spawn.
The trailer shows off Shang Tsung’s moves quite nicely and gives players an early look at just what they are in for. What’s important to note is that Shang Tsung is coming via Early Access on June 18 alongside the Klassic Arcade Ninja Skin Pack.
This also confirms just who else is joining the fight. We have some great fighters heading our way soon. They include Spawn, Nightwolf, Sindel, and two more unrevealed “guest” characters. Spawn was heavily rumored up until now, and this provides official confirmation that he is indeed joining the already packed cast of fighters. Also, Spawn’s original HBO voice actor, Keith David, will reprise his role in MK 11.
We already knew Shang Tsung was coming when he was announced back in March, but our first look at him is a real treat. Other characters who show off their fatalities and moves include Rain, Reptile, Ermac, and Smoke.
If you already own the Kombat Pack, you will have instant early access to Shang Tsung on June 18. While we haven’t seen the other characters mentioned in action just yet, you can be sure more reveal trailers are on the way. Don’t forget that with every new character, you also receive exclusive skins and gear for every DLC fighter.
You can grab the Kombat Pack for an extra $39.99 USD now. If you’ve already purchased the premium edition of Mortal Kombat 11, then you are good to go.
Personally, I am excited to see Sindel and Spawn in action. Let us know who you are most excited to play as in the comments below.[Source]
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