Mortal Kombat X Summary
Mortal Kombat is a series that's become famous for its cross-IP characters (Kratos, Freddy Krueger), and if recent rumours are to be believed that trend's set to continue in Mortal Kombat X.
Everyone's favourite spinal cord remover thewill apparently star in NetherRealm's upcoming brawler, and he'll be bringing along a friend.
NetherRealm Studios will showcasing a fight between Kitana and Reptile in Mortal Kombat X via Twitch tomorrow. You'll get a chance to see their moves, variations and how they play in the game.
Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon revealed the news a few days ago on Twitter.
Faction-based multiplayer might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think, but that's exactly what developer NetherRealm is adding to the latest incarnation of the series.
Revealed in the latest trailer for the upcoming game, Mortal Kombat X's Faction Wars mode will see players pledge allegiance to one of five factions, each of which will compete against its rivals in a weekly battle for dominance.
NetherRealm has posted the system requirements for Mortal Kombat X, giving you an idea of the setup you'll need if you want to watch someone pull head off in the sharpest possible settings.
Unsurprisingly, as fighting games tend not to be the most demanding, you won't need some kind of advanced space-computer to run it. You will need a 64-bit OS as minimum, along with at least 3GB of RAM.
Following on from the confirmation of gross lizard-man Reptile, developer has revealed the next addition to the Mortal Kombat X roster.
It's only grumpy ninja, the man who started life as a mythical glitch in the very first game, and then blossomed into a full-blown regular.