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The recognisable “quitalities” from Mortal Kombat are returning.
In this weekend’s console stress test, fighting video game expert Ryan “Ketchup” Neal saw just one example of this when his opponent quit at the start of the second round.
Ten minutes into the MK1 Stress Test, and I’ve already experienced my very first QUITALITY, Neal tweeted a video of the animation. It’s wonderful to be back.
Trailer for Mortal Kombat 1’s primary argument.Observe on YouTube
Mortal Kombat X introduced the “Quitalities” music series, which is what is referred to as the music that plays when a gamer loses their temper. Under these circumstances, challenger Kenshi breaks his own neck, ending the bout early and giving some of Hara-Kiri from Mortal Kombat Deception advice.
You can witness it in the graphic action listed below:
After this weekend’s online tension test, Liu Kang’s Mortal Kombat 1, a sort of reboot set in a “born-again” environment, will hold a beta test in August before going on sale for Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC, and Switch on September 19.
Did you know that some of Mortal Kombat 1’s tension test scalpers are selling their codes online for as much as $800 (or 630)?