Mortal Kombat 11 showcases another newcomer and special Premium Edition

Posted on April 14, 2019

Aaaaand I called it. Mere days after our last news roundup for Mortal Kombat 11, we have even more to report!  We have the debut of a brand new fighter, as well as details on the game’s Premium Edition, which has quite a lot to offer. Let’s get right into it, before they go and announce something else.

Starting off, we have Cetrion, an Elder God who has apparently decided to finally step in and do something for once (Mortal Kombat 9 players will know what I mean). Take a look at their trailer below:

This character looks to be the most brutal yet, wielding the elements of nature to absolutely massacre the opponent with shards of rock, fire, wind, water, ice… we may have a potential love interest for Captain Planet. Think Mortal Kombat 11 might have him as DLC?

In all seriousness, Cetrion ought to be heaps of fun to play, considering the myriad of attack options she appears to possess. An out-of-this-world fatality only sweetens the deal, too. This is a god that will MAKE you believe in her.

Mortal Kombat 11: Premium Edition. Only for the mightiest of warriors with the grandest of wallets

And now onto the game’s Premium Edition, which boasts a wealth of content whilst also requiring wealth to actually get. $149.95 AUD will get you the game itself as well as the Kombat Pack, which includes the following:

  • 6 additional DLC fighters
  • 1 week early access to said characters compared to everyone else
  • 7 exclusive skins
  • 7 exclusive sets of gear

Mortal Kombat 11 Premium Edition looks pricey, but fun

The poor guy still hasn’t gotten to play Breath of the Wild.

Interestingly, if you have a look at Mortal Kombat 11’s listings on EB Games, they also make mention of a Skarlet Kold War DLC Pack. This appears on the page for both the PS4 and XBox One versions, though for some reason there isn’t currently a Switch listing. The Premium Edition is at least listed as DLC on the Nintendo eShop, so it may turn out to be digital-only. No word on the aforementioned Kold War pack, unfortunately.

Mortal Kombat 11 launches alongside it’s Premium Edition on the 23rd of April, just a little over 2 weeks from today. And I’m betting this won’t be the last bit of news we bring to you before it launches, either.

Oh well, the more the bloodier.