Just last month, the list with possible new characters of Mortal Kombat 11 leaked to the public, and Kitana was one of the playable characters in it but the developers had yet refrained to reveal her until now. The company has officially launched a new TV spot that certifies Kitana as a fighter, portrayed by an actress in a thrilling choreographed live-action fight scene.
Kitana is matched to fight Scorpion in the official TV trailer for Mortal Kombat 11. Until the present, Scorpion is thought by many to be the face of the game franchise. The majority of the fighting game key pieces of art were dignified because of Scorpion’s features. A new addition to Mortal Kombat 11’s Kollector Edition is a Scorpion mask.
The official live-action trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 depicts Kitana wearing her iconic steel fan blades and hurling one at Scorpion while dauntlessly running towards him. Scorpion diverts it with a metal wrist gauntlet and throws out his attached Kunai to harm Kitana, but she skillfully avoids the weapon. The fight then goes on with the two of them engaging in a rain of fisticuffs. As expected, the blood and carnage are excluded from the trailer as it is a TV spot and also, the fatalities of Mortal Kombat 11 are not disclosed in it.
Kitana will come to Mortal Kombat 11
The confirmation of the character Kitana as a scheduled member for the latest series of NetherRealm Studios’ fighting game franchise comes after the revealing of The Kollector, the newest addition to the game.
The Kollector’s move set was on display during his launching but Kitana’s abilities have yet to be revealed. The players think and many hope that Kitana might get her own share to the spotlight in a trailer, as soon as possible.
With Mortal Kombat set to be released on April 23, 2019, it is safe to assume that many players will be thrilled at the possibility of playing as Kitana, and experiencing through the game the new adapted abilities that NetherRealm Studios have empowered her with.
Mortal Kombat 11 can be played on PC, PlayStation 4, Switch and Xbox One.
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