It’s great when you master using certain characters in a fighting game like Mortal Kombat 11, but sometimes you just want to give a new one a go, and if that’s the case then your luck’s in because Nightwolf is out now as a playable character. Look great with these mortal kombat costumes and impress your friends and family. Darkseid, Catwoman, and Joker have already appeared in Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe and the Injustice games, so it’s a little surprising that NetherRealm would not choose costumes from other characters, but fans will like them regardless. The pack titled DC Elseworlds Skin Pack will be comprised of 4 costumes. That’s not all though, with a Klassic Arcade Fighter Pack arriving alongside him, bringing a selection of costumes into the mix too. I wonder what Klassic character costumes we will get free with Rain? With it, players were given access to the game’s nine DLC characters as they were released, as well as bonus character Darkseid, a handful of premium costumes, and two special shaders (colors) to be used with your favorite heroes and villains.
I probably had the most fun toying around with the Dragon Naginata, but the Kobu Jutsu and Pyromancer will likely be the two favorites of this bunch. Coming full circle. Can’t say enough good things about these two people, @TheRealJohnTurk and @liamontelongo . With Joker, we have a Harley Quinn costume, but there are even more Mortal Kombat 11 skins coming from the Batman comics. There will also be a “Killer Kroc” skin for Baraka, a Catwoman skin called “Katwoman of Outworld” for Kitana, and a Darkseid skin called “Time Lord of Apokalips” for Geras. Each of Tanya’s variations are unique from one another in the new moves, but there is no real standout between them like there was with Jason. However, compared to someone like Jason Voorhees that got extra special attention paid to him last time, she can feel a little lacking.
Also, when up close to an opponent, you can use Dark Shroud on them to make fire ball damage more than triple. Mortal Kombat 11 saw its major reveal last week at The Game Awards, and with the unveiling of NetherRealm Studios’ next big fighting title fans were given an exciting cinematic trailer featuring Dark Raiden and Scorpion doing battle. Spinning Kick takes it another step further by doing the Swing Kick from a regular stance and then putting you directly into Staff Stance. The final variation for Tanya is her right known as Dragon Naginata, which gives her a staff to play around with. However, the biggest part of this variation is the Staff Stance, where you can then use attacks like Staff Slam, Staff Slide, and Swing Kick as well from it, with the ability to also jump forwards or backwards. After trying out Tanya’s three different variations each for awhile, I have to say that she is a pretty well rounded fighter that can be a lot of fun.
One of Tanya’s signature features are her very sharp boots. As a longtime Mortal Kombat fan though, getting Tanya is a no brainer with a fun moveset that is reminiscent of her classic one. Sub-Zero – Based on the Classic Sub-Zero appearance. Better detailed than the Sub-Zero mask. Beat the Klassic Tower with Kotal Kahn. Kotal Kahn – new Emperor of Outworld, originating from the realm of Osh-Tekk. In the Mortal Kombat universe, the Great Spirit chooses a worthy warrior from every generation to become Nightwolf – the Matoka’s champion and protector. As Nightwolf, Grey Cloud possesses extraordinary magic that’s granted by the Great Spirit and he uses it to defend the whole of Earthrealm. But it is a chore, filled with “modifiers” that turn what would be great fights into irksome scraps that feel unfair.