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Mortal Kombat 11 PC Mod Makes Sektor, Cyrax & Kronika Playable

As glimpsed in the New Era Launch Trailer, cyber-assassins Sektor and Cyrax have made an unexpected return in Mortal Kombat 11. They appear as non-playable opponents during Story Mode, but one modder has made it his mission to make the playable. Check it out:

Mod Koms: Concept Artist Designs Fortnite Kombatants

Fortnite is the free-to-play survivor action game taking the world by storm, but there's always room for improvement. Right? That's what Injustice 2 concept artist Eric "Decay" Tran thought when he used his talents to bring a little Mortal Kombat to Fortnite character skins!

Mod Koms: Fan Edit Breaks Injustice 2 Bones With X-Rays

To be a hero or villain of the DC Universe you've got to be made of pretty tough stuff! All it takes is one super-strong smack from Bizarro, or strategic strike from Batman, and you're going to have a few broken bones. What would that look like? Wonder no more:

The Future of Non-Playable Characters in Mortal Kombat X

As The Kombat Pack makes preparations to unleash its first downloadable guest fighter [Jason] -- many fans are asking questions about the non-playable characters already included in Mortal Kombat X.

Several series favourites appear in cameo & playable forms during the featured story mode, dangling completely rendered character models in front of a rabid fanbase. Fighters such as Rain, Baraka & Tanya can be battled in the mode, possessing simplified move lists devoid of the Character Variations that make Mortal Kombat X stand apart.

PC versions of Mortal Kombat X have opened the game up to greater scrutiny than ever before. Eurogamer reports one modder's efforts to make NPCs playable with a very simple alteration to existing fighter code. XVermillion explained his method on Reddit [below].

Mod Koms: Back to Block - Mortal Kombat Minecraft

Yesterday, we turned the spotlight on Sean Cantrell and his magnificent Mortal Kombat Lego. His blocky, toy inspired renders showed what might be if the world of Mortal Kombat were mere bricks and blocks. It was a wonderful proof of concept -- but what if you want to actually play with your toys?

Del Cottonwood is another industrious fan who has adapted the brutal world of Mortal Kombat into a simpler, blockier realm. Like Cantrell, he's adapted vast swaths of the Kombat cast, but in this case, they're downloadable skins for free-to-play sandbox sensation: Minecraft!

You would've had to have been lost in a pixelated underground cavern for the past few years to not know what Minecraft is. Launched in 2011; the stylized pixelated sandbox gives you a world of sky, water and earth to do with as you please. Its success has taken it to home consoles and driven an empire of paid alternatives, but the principle remains the same. Check out some of our favourites Minecraft Kombatants below:

MKO User Poll
MK11 Kombat Pack 2?
81.0%
Hasta la vista, baby.
19.0%
No problemo.