Mortal Kombat 11 launches this week after NetherRealm has slowly worked out the entire character list of one or two characters at once. When the launch was so close, the studio revealed another surprise, a hidden figure that can only be accessed through the story campaign: Frost, which had recently leaked out.
A debut trailer for characters gives Frost the moment she can make a joke against her mentor, the other figure with the theme Ice, Sub-Zero. Then they set off for ice cream for a while before getting a glimpse of their gruesome fatality animation. You could say she gives him a nasty brain arrest . Haha! (But seriously, it's very crude.)
Mortal Kombat 11 – Official Freeze Gameplay Reveal Trailer
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Frost has been in several games since her introduction to Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, but this is her first time since restarting the series in 2011. She has made cameos and NPC appearances in of this new continuity, but this is the first time that players have come to grips with it for themselves.
Mortal Kombat 11 receives good marks before the upcoming release. GameSpot's own review-in-progress found some spots a bit weak, but overall very praising.
"MK11 is not just a sequel to serial fans and Netherrealm fans, but a gateway to martial arts. For those who care about ruthless warriors stupefying each other," wrote critic Edmond Tran. "The tight mechanisms keep the fight exciting, no matter how great your skills are, and extensive tutorials challenge you to learn the basics, there are a variety of interesting characters and styles, and story mode is on Entertaining Tromp Unfulfilled approaches to dynamic single-player content and the progress of the game may feel utterly frozen (at least at this early stage), but Mortal Kombat 11 hits where it matters. "
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