Mortal Kombat 11 Reveals Hair-Raising New Sindel Fatality (VIDEO)
With November nearing its finale, Mortal Kombat 11 is gearing up for the upcoming character release of Sindel, having already re-introduced the fighting series’ “Scream Queen” in an action-packed reveal trailer. Ahead of the hype-worthy DLC release, developer NetherRealm Studios has put forth another gameplay-centric Kombat Kast livestream to give her royal hair-ness a proper in-depth showcase.
Among an array of scream-inducing kombat maneuvers, NetherRealm additionally took time to show off an entirely new Fatality for Sindel–the deadly finisher involving gruesome use of the fighter’s magically-enhanced mane. When prompted with that familiar “Finish Him,” Sindel sets loose a barrage of strands on her opponent, wrapping them up and forcibly stabbing into their body through extremely brutal means. Of course, things only get bloodier from there as the siren tightens her locky grip and tears her foe apart–possibly giving a violent new meaning to the term “split ends.” Check it out in the video below at around 46:24.
As of now, Sindel is set to release in Early Access on November 26th, available initially for players who purchased the Kombat Pack and for everyone else on December 3rd as standalone DLC. Those looking forward to the return of Mileena’s matriarch will also receive a few extras in the form of the dark-summoning Gothic Horror Skin Pack as well as a blast from the past Klassic Cassie skin. As always, each of these cosmetics will be exclusive to the Kombat Pack, which is next set to offer DC character Joker as an all-new guest fighter.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One.
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