Mortal Kombat 11 Reveals New Joker Fatality And Brutalities (VIDEO)
Mortal Kombat 11 is preparing to dip yet another toe into the DC universe with their upcoming Joker DLC, letting the crazed clown run amok in all of his violent and gory glory. While a questionable addition in the beginning, the comic villain has shown to be a relatively welcome addition to the rest of the roster, throwing down some fantastically bloody moves in his extremely brutal gameplay trailer. With the fighter’s arrival happening soon, new gameplay has now surfaced showing off Joker’s array of fatalities and brutalities.
As revealed by a new gameplay showcase, several of the villain’s special moves are given the spotlight, starting first with a set of brutalities. The first shows Joker wielding an unwieldy Batman puppet to bludgeon his foe into a puddle, while the second sees the Clown Prince of Crime tee-off against an unlucky opponent’s skull. Following the reveal of his first Fatality last week, the footage also unveils Joker’s second finisher–utilizing the character’s bag of tricks to turn his opponent into a gruesome human jack-in-the-box. Check it all out in the video below at around 3:58.
Joker has been a notable mainstay of NetherRealm games for a number of years now, having featured in the Injustice series as well as 2008 crossover title Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. While not entirely unlike the trickster depicted in comics and the screen, the character’s moveset was severely limited by each game’s particularly less-violent fare. However, it appears Joker is finally able to let loose his true insanity in Mortal Kombat 11–for the enjoyment of fans and decidedly less so for his opponents.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Joker goes live for Kombat Pack owners on January 28th and as a standalone DLC on February 4th.
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