Mortal Kombat 1 Ermac Gameplay Trailer Released

Mortal Kombat 1 Ermac

The official gameplay trailer for Ermac in Mortal Kombat 1 has been released. The trailer gives players a look at his design, move set, fatality, and more.

Ermac made his first appearance in the Mortal Kombat series in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. He’s appeared in eight of the franchise’s games overall.

Also returning to the game is Mavado, who has appeared in three Mortal Kombat games prior to Mortal Kombat 1. He will be added as a Kameo in May though no official date for his release has been announced as of publishing.

Ermac joins the game’s roster in early access on April 16. His full release to the game comes a week later on April 23. He will be available for purchase separately or as part of the Kombat Pack that includes Quan Chi, Homelander, Omni-Man, Peacemaker, and Takeda.

What do you think of the first look at Ermac in Mortal Kombat 1? For more Insider Gaming, read about the release date for Star Wars Outlaws from Ubisoft.

  1. Is NRS in the early stages of Injustice 3 yet? Not really any interest in a character that should have been in the base roster.

    1. That game won’t happen Ed killed it years ago for this game and now he’s killed the franchise. The kameo system was for Injustice but Ed scrapped it in favor of Mortal Kombat since he hates DC and he felt this would be his last game so they repurposed it and turned it into the frankenstein creation it is.

  2. The game was a flop I hope after this season the just focus on their next game instead of more dlc. Ed teased Def Jam for a while so hopefully that’s what’s next or else it’s war I would rather that over this besides been too long since we had a game like that

    1. He trolls way too much the man is almost 60 and behaves like this. I wouldn’t think WB would fire him for his behavior and there’s been reports of how bad the workplace environment is under him.

  3. Honestly forgot this game existed I don’t think they can turn it around with what WB wants now for games with micro transactions and live service.

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