Mortal Kombat 11 - (Intl Version) - Fighting - PlayStation 5 (PS5)




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Highlights
  • Take control of Earth realm's protectors in the game
  • Mk11 ultimate has the Komplete 37-character roster including new additions rain, melena & Rambo
  • Friendships are tested, and new alliances forged, in the battle to save all of existence
  • Showcases every amusing friendship, gory fatality and soul-crushing fatal blow like never before
  • Mk11 ultimate has the komplete 37-character roster including new additions rain, mileena & rambo
  • Master the brutal combos of your chosen fighter to deliver focused bursts of attacking power, unleash classic character special moves like Scorpion’s spear & Raiden’s flying attack, and finish the bout with ever-more grisly fatalities
  • Dominate your opponent with new flawless blocks, crushing blows, offensive and defensive meters, and snatch victory from the jaws of defeat by delivering a crushing Fatal Blow super-move when your health drops below 30%
  • Fight on your own terms by tailoring your chosen character’s look and attack style to deliver devastating knockout blows and earn attribute points to shape the strengths of your fighter as you progress through the tournament
  • Take control of Earthrealm’s protectors in the game’s TWO critically acclaimed, time-bending Story Campaigns as they race to stop Kronika from rewinding time and rebooting history
  • Friendships are tested, and new alliances forged, in the battle to save all of existence

Overview

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE; also known as Warner Bros. Games or WB Games) is an American video game publisher based in Burbank, California, and part of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. WBIE was founded in January 2004 under Warner Bros. and transferred to the Home Entertainment division when that company was formed in October 2005. WBIE manages the wholly owned game development studios TT Games, Rocksteady Studios, NetherRealm Studios, Monolith Productions, WB Games Boston, Avalanche Software, and WB Games Montréal, among others. The foundation of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE) under Warner Bros. was announced on January 14, 2004, along with the WB Games (Warner Bros. Games) brand, under which WBIE would publish games. Jason Hall, previously of Monolith Productions, was named as its senior vice president.Later that year, Warner Bros. acquired Monolith Productions. In October 2005, Warner Bros. created a new group–Warner Bros. Home Entertainment–and WBIE was transferred as part of it. The first game that Monolith developed in conjunction with Warner Bros. was The Matrix Online, which SEGA helped co-publish. Warner Bros. also helped distribute both Enter the Matrix and The Matrix: Path of Neo for the Matrix series. In 2006, they bought a 10.3% stake in SCi Entertainment, the owner of Eidos Interactive. That same year, they released their first self-published title (with no co-publishers), Justice League Heroes, which was distributed by Eidos on the Xbox. In 2007, they implemented a five-year plan, the goal of which was to expand in the video game industry and included the acquisition of studios for internal development and the creation of a studio (WB Games) in the Seattle area that will run all the games published and developed by the company; the first acquisition under this plan was Britain's TT Games that same year, for £100 million. On January 13, 2010, it was announced that WBIE would produce and gain exclusive rights to Sesame Street video games, starting in fall 2010 with Elmo's A-to-Zoo Adventure and Cookie's Counting Carnival. On February 23, 2010, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group announced it had acquired a majority stake in independent London-based developer Rocksteady Studios, an independent development studio based in London. Rocksteady and Warner had previously worked together in Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, and have announced they will work in the future with more Warner Bros. licenses.

Mortal Kombat 11 - (Intl Version) - Fighting - PlayStation 5 (PS5)
Mortal Kombat 11 ...
Regular price Save -Liquid error (snippets/product-price line 31): Computation results in '-Infinity'% 71.75 SR
Regular price 71.75 SR
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