Mortal Kombat X (2015-) #13
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
A recent find in Mortal Kombat X is something called Block Breakers. They are a pushblock-like mechanic that lets you "break" a blocked move for 2 bars of meter. The opponent is knocked down and sent back a distance. See the image below as an example.
In training mode, in the recording options, there is something called "block breakers" which Paulo leaves in the "off" position.
Just finished watching. This game and its story are ******* amazing. Wow NRS the amount of effort they put into this title is out of this world. Every fighting game needs to have a story from here on out. Can't believe i gave MS $80 for 2 seasons of KI what a ******* joke
"Calling All Mortal Kombat Fans!
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Announces
Who’s Next? Mortal Kombat X Worldwide Competitive Program
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios have teamed up with The Electronic Sports League (ESL) for the Who’s Next? Mortal Kombat X Worldwide Competitive Program, which includes the Fatal 8 Exhibition Tournament and Mortal Kombat X ESL Pro League Tournament. The series of tournaments invites Mortal Kombat X players from North America and Europe to compete for bragging rights and the chance to secure winnings from a prize pool that starts at $100,000.
The program kicks off April 11 with the Fatal 8 Exhibition Tournament showcasing top pro-fighting players from around the globe as they go head-to-head in the inaugural Mortal Kombat X competition. Fans can watch the tournament live from the ESL studios in Burbank by getting tickets atmkxfatal8.eventbrite.com or online at NetherRealm Studios’ Twitch channel atwww.twitch.tv/netherrealm.
Beginning April 19, the worldwide Mortal Kombat X ESL Pro League Tournament opens to Xbox One players from across North America and Europe. Through weekly competitions that offer cash prizes, players can earn their spot as one of the 16 players sent to the grand finals to be held July 11 in Los Angeles.
“NetherRealm Studios is a huge supporter of the pro fighting game scene and to be able to work with ESL on the Pro League Tournament allows us to take the Mortal Kombat X competition beyond what we’ve ever done before,” said Ed Boon, Creative Director, NetherRealm Studios and co-creator of Mortal Kombat. “We’ve seen some incredible match-ups in the past and we can’t wait to see what this next level of competition brings.”
Mortal Kombat fans can support their favoriteMortal Kombat X tournament combatants by purchasing the exclusive Blue Steel Sub-Zero skin. A portion of the proceeds will go directly to support Mortal Kombat X tournament prize pools.
To sign up, view or support the Who’s Next? Mortal Kombat X Worldwide Competitive Program please visitwww.mortalkombat.com/whosnext. For more information about Mortal Kombat X, please visit www.mortalkombat.com andwww.facebook.com/MortalKombat."
thanks to @Tim Static
While the details of this video are basically non-existent at this time, a very interesting Mortal Kombat X related trailer just surfaced and many official twitter accounts just followed ESL gaming on twitter. Without further ado, here's your teaser trailer featuring just ONE of the #FATAL8, @Perfect Legend
"We present you the “Who’s Next? Mortal Kombat X Worldwide Competitive Program”
Compete for your chance to secure winnings from a prize pool that starts at $100,000!
Click to find out more: www.mortalkombat.com/whosnext" via @Clutch8
Sub-Zero Steel Blue Skin mentioned above (Coarse version of Subbie?)
Ever since we first learned that Goro would have his place in the roster via pre-orders, digitally or in retail, the community has yearned to see some gameplay with the Shokan prince. But in the past seven Kombat Kasts or so, he was nowhere to be found...however, that is finally about to change.
As revealed in the image below, the Mortal Kombat X team will appear on stream at the Twitch TV headquarters situated in San Francisco to quench our thirst for Goro gameplay. The event is scheduled for 1 P.M. PST, lasting for five hours. For your convenience, we will decode the correct schedules for each time zone in the United States.
1 P.M. Pacific Time translates to the following:
The stream channel designated for this broadcast is http://www.twitch.tv/amazongames. Be sure to follow that channel and free up some time in your Saturday schedule, because you DON'T want to miss out!