Mortal Kombat X Live Gameplay Stream Coming: NetherRealm Will Take To Twitch To Demo Game, Answer Questions
Next week, Mortal Kombat X developer NetherRealm Studios will be doing a livestream of the upcoming game on the company's Twitch channel to give folks a preview of the game and answer some community questions along the way.
The stream will begin at 3 p.m. Central time on Wednesday, November 5. Between now and then, fans of the franchise can tweet out questions using the hashtag #KombatKast to see if they can get them answered during the stream.
Since most of the gameplay videos for the game came out back during the show season of the summer, it'll be nice to see where the game has progressed since then. Hopefully, though, the developers will use this opportunity to throw out a little more information about the game's lineup. Currently, we're still missing about half of the game's roster.
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The last official Kombatant reveal was back at the beginning of October with the reveal of the sorcerer Quan Chi. Before that, Goro was revealed as a pre-order bonus character at the beginning of September. If NetherRealm wants to keep up this pattern, this stream at the beginning of November would be a logical time to give us some new information on this front.
Over Twitter, series co-creator Ed Boon has been handing out various vague hints to who will show up in MKX. Fans watching the game closely have thrown out names like Kenshi, Ermac, Smoke, Shiva and Mileena as possible reveals, though some have much more evidence than others.
Mortal Kombat X will release on April 14 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.