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MORTAL KOMBAT! With Mortal Kombat 1, we have the return of the iconic fighting game franchise. This time, the fight takes place in a new and unprecedented reality, created after the events of the last game in the series. Get ahead and join the new game Netherrealm Studios with us. We bring you a list of tips to make the most of it Mortal Kombat 1, from the basics to the process of developing your in-game profile.
A new beginning
Mortal Kombat 1 It's a new beginning for the MK franchise. Now, Kung Lao and company will have to join forces to protect Earth from the invasion of forces from other dimensions, as the first chosen for the new Mortal Kombat tournament.
With our tips for Mortal Kombat 1, you'll be able to come out on top when starting your journey into the fantastic world of the game, so stay with us to learn the main activities to prepare yourself for the challenges that the game proposes.
O story mode of the game should be your first stop to become a top fighter. That's where you'll find out about the new chapter of the MK saga, not to mention the introductions of the characters you can choose from.
Make good use of Invasion mode
The new Mortal Kombat brings a game mode that hasn't been part of a title in the series for some time, but in a new guise. In Invasion, you play as any of the game's 20 characters in a series of stages that bring all kinds of challenges.
The great thing about playing Invasion is that it works as a kind of tutorial for the game, offering a dynamic way to learn how to play while having fun with games and a series of fights presented in a totally different way from the rest of the game. .
Additionally, there is also a general story to follow while playing this mode, which makes it very worthwhile. Not to mention, Invasion is the perfect way for you to try out the game's entire cast to find the character that best suits your fighting style.
And remember, like the other modes, Invasion also counts towards leveling up your profile within Mortal Kombat 1, which will give you access to many of the game's features.
Unlock all cast characters
This wouldn't be a Mortal Kombat without there being some secrets to uncover, and in the case of Mortal Kombat 1, it's about unlocking some characters and making them playable. Now, to be able to do this you will have to be patient.
To bring the bizarre fighter Havok For the gang, you will have to beat story mode for the first time. The last time we saw this guy was in Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, and his unique fighting style makes him a solid addition to your team.
Now if you want the wizard Shang tsung, you will have to spend real money to enable it, as it is a bonus for those who pre-ordered Mortal Kombat 1.
If you haven't done this, don't worry, as over time it will be part of the many elements to unlock simply by playing the new Mortal Kombat, as it is now no longer possible to enjoy the pre-order.
Now, if you are looking for more reinforcements to be part of the cameos, the assistants of your main warriors during fights, you will have to play a lot, leveling up your profile.
upon arriving at level 5, the old version of Scorpion will be enabled; already in 10, it's the ninja's turn Sub-Zero, while the 15 e 20 unlock Kung Lao and the protagonist of Mortal Kombat Armaggedon, shujinko. The last assistant is motoro, the monster from Mortal Kombat 2, and he will join your team when he arrives at level 25.
Level up your profile
As we mentioned earlier, there are many ways to increase your profile level within Mortal Kombat 1. The main one is simply playing. Invasion mode, in addition to bringing the advantages we mentioned, gives a large amount of points to level up.
As for other activities that will maximize your fun is the way you participate in fights, both in arcade mode and when fighting with other players, online or locally. When finishing a fight with a brutality, your score is much higher, and by not taking any damage, receiving Flawless Victory, you will earn a significant amount of points.
In other words, the better you play, the faster you can level up your profile; But don't let this get in your way if you're still learning, because even if you play without commitment, your score will naturally rise.
Find your favorite fighter and train!
Much like any other fighting game, there are a range of different characters within Mortal Kombat 1, and there is undoubtedly one that suits your style of play, you just have to find it.
When this happens, train; This is the most important tip in the Mortal Kombat beginners guide. Use the ways we've already talked about and learn this fighter's moves and try putting your skills into practice, as it's only with experience and practice that you'll know the right time to use some moves in a fight.
Don't get carried away by defeats, because they are part of the learning process. There are countless motivational sayings that talk about the path to be taken to reach the top and how difficult it is, but extremely rewarding. The same goes for completely mastering a character in a game like Mortal Kombat 1.
That said, try not to rush or force yourself, as everything happens in time. Remember, you are not the only person learning a new game, there are many in the same situation. Defense in Mortal Kombat games is extremely important and the new game is no exception: use the block button and learn to attack at the right time. The game scenarios, in turn, also feature unique elements, such as objects and platforms, that you can use to turn the tide in your favor.
Take advantage of your time playing to try out new ways to fight, enjoying the game's large cast, and, of course, having fun in the process.
There is still a lot of Mortal Kombat 1 waiting to be discovered by you, brave warrior, protector of our planet. What we brought were some tips to enjoy your initial hours within the game, and others that can serve you throughout your journey in this new chapter of the MK saga.
The most important thing is certainly fun, and in that regard there is a lot to enjoy in this new game from Netherrealm Studios.
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Text proofread by: Pedro Bomfim (23 / 09 / 23)