According to Garcia, the studio that is working on Mortal Kombat 11's PC port is QLOC, the same studio who was tapped to clean up X's PC port for the release of XL. If you're not there in person, you can tune into the live stream!
Tonight's event is expected to reveal more characters - though how many more is up for debate. For example, the regular Mortal Kombat 11 release has a price tag of US$59.99, but the Premium edition goes for US$99.99. We got a good idea of how grisly things will get, but we also got to see a solid look at some of the characters that will definitely be playable. With PC titles like The Division 2 landing on the Epic Games Store, we could have information regarding this too.
You can watch the event unfold on the livestream below.
"@MortalKombat @noobde since #MK11 is going to do timeline manipulation, I need to know if Kung Jin is going to be erased from the canon considering he's is the only #LGBT+ rep in the entire franchise", one person wrote.
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Here is the first Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay reveal.
"Now I get to voice her in Mortal Kombat 11".
"I literally did everything that I could to grow up to be Sonya Blade. I'm expecting a V1 soon". He's on show in the next trailer: One of the game's new features will be the Custom Character Variation System, which NetherRealm promises will offer "nearly infinite" ways to customise their Kombatants.
But, for what it's worth, Ed Boon recently posted a picture of what looks like a reptilian lizard type creature which also looks to be from in-game footage.