Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Clip Violently Pits RoboCop vs. Terminator

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Clip Violently Pits RoboCop vs. Terminator

The long-awaited rematch between RoboCop and Terminator is finally happening. This time, the two cyborgs will lock horns in the Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath arena. The new DLC expansion of Mortal Kombat 11 is just a few days away from its official release. To pump up the fans, the developers have released a thrilling fight between the metallic law enforcer and Skynet’s killing machine.

The pair have already faced each other in the RoboCop vs. Terminator comics and games. In the videos of their MK11 clash, though, it seems that only Alex Murphy has some memories about their previous encounters. The first round of their fight ends with RoboCop’s tearing apart T-800 thanks to his fatality. In the following video sequence, RoboCop brings his bruised opponent to justice with an unexpected assist from former foe ED-209.

You can watch the RoboCop vs. Terminator first round in the player below.

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But the beef between the two cyborgs couldn’t be settled just in one round of fighting. As soon as Terminator gets his rematch, he gives RoboCop a taste of his own medicine. The video deserves to be seen just to hear Arnold Schwarzenegger shouting the iconic phrase “Get over here!” with his unique Austrian accent. You can watch the second round in the player below.

RoboCop and Terminator are just two of the many guest characters that NetherRealm Studios have added to the franchise after Mortal Kombat 11‘s official release. Players had the chance to fight with the Joker or Spawn, just to name a pair among the others.

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath will be available for players starting May 26. Are you on RoboCop’s or on Terminator’s side? Let us know in the comments section below.

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