Mortal Kombat 11 Team Raid Mode Revealed (VIDEO)
Fans of Mortal Kombat 11 may be anticipating the upcoming release of several DLC fighters such as The Terminator, Sindel, as well as the demonic comic hero Spawn. Though these new characters are all the rage as of late, it appears that new content is also on the way in the form of a new Team Raid mode.
Revealed during a new Kombat Kast Livestream, quality-of-life updates and new variations were given a spotlight, but the most notable announcement was that of the introduction of Team Raids. Going live as a boss-themed mode in Towers of Time, three players will be tasked with facing the same enemy at once, completing various team-based challenges with the goal of collectively defeating their opponent and earning some toasty in-game loot. Check out the reveal at around 14:48 in the video below
Unlike a traditional 3v1 mode, each team member will have their own separate instances of a match taking place simultaneously. Teams can keep track of each other through status indicators placed in the HUD, with a total of five lives shared between the three. As these souped-up bosses present a truly grueling challenge, various challenges are placed throughout Team Raids, allowing players the chance to get the upper hand through armor, health, and enemy-crippling augments. Said challenges range from simple to increasingly-difficult maneuvers, especially considering the required coordination between three people.
It’s currently unknown when Team Raid is set to arrive in MK11, but NetherRealm konfirmed the mode will arrive in a patch alongside the debut of the next character DLC, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator. While fans have already seen a peek at the character in the Kombat Pack announcement trailer, the studio revealed that next week’s Kombat Kast will finally see focus land in the killer cyborg’s direction. In other words, he’ll be back.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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