A Stolen Car Almost Revealed New Mortal Kombat 11 Character
E3 2019 is officially a wrap and while it hosted a ton of amazing reveals, many of those aren’t going to be playable until 2020. With Mortal Kombat 11 playable now with new DLC characters on the way, it looks like the event almost revealed even more thanks to a stolen car.
Shane Satterfield had his black Nissan stolen on June 13 during the showcase while it was parked near a local Starbucks near the LA Convention Center. To help get the vehicle back, Mortal Kombat 11 creator Ed Boon took to Twitter to promise a reveal of an additional DLC character if the community could band together to find the car. It looks like it worked, because the car was found at 10 PM later that same evening:
— Ed Boon (@noobde) June 13, 2019
Great news! https://t.co/lOmlPqEowf
— Ed Boon (@noobde) June 14, 2019
Unfortunately, there were some missing items from the car like an iPod, but it could have been a lot worse. It looks like the thief saw how high profile this particular grand theft auto was and decided to ditch the vehicle to err on the safe side.
Now about that character reveal…
Since Satterfield implied that the community may not have helped, it’s possible that Boon might not reveal anything. That being said, it’s easy to argue that peer pressure from high visibility is how the thief came to ditch the car, so we’re hoping Boon decides to toss us a bone on this one, especially with so many fan favourites still left out in the cold.
As for the game itself, Mortal Kombat 11 is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
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