Looks like Quan Chi is headed to Mortal Kombat X

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Mortal Kombat X is going to be featuring plenty of new faces when it arrives next year. But it’ll also have a few old favourites as well. And that includes your favourite hyper-albino sorceror supreme, Quan Chi. Check him out in action, with the latest trailer.

Here’s a quick description of Quan Chi’s three variations:

  • Warlock – Can conjure portals which add additional attacks
  • Summoner – The ability to sumon a Netherealm bat
  • Sorceror – Can cast magical fields that augment self or cripple opponents

In the words of my rugby coach when he realised that my puny frame was no match for the might of the entire C-Team tackling me at once, Ei-f***ing-na.

Last Updated: October 2, 2014

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  • Jac7

    This game looks frakking extreme. I hope they can work this in as a friendship move…

    • Hammersteyn

      2012 probably has the most “OMG they almost didn’t make it” moments ever.

  • Hammersteyn

    LOL he made Kano swallow his… um …..sword?

  • Kagutsuchi

    Dat finisher…

  • Jonah Cash

    Wow that looks awesome!! This game is shaping up to be one of those you can’t wait for!!! Count me in!!!

    • Hammersteyn

      I’ve always bought MK day one, can’t see that changing at all.

      • Jonah Cash

        Yeah I would pay more to play this earlier!!!! The game just makes me so happy!!!

  • Skoobaz

    WooHoo, Taking names and kicking ass!!

  • Rock789

    Man, this game is looking more and more shweet… So awesome to have MK back at the top of the pile (MK9 was a great game and really took it back to its roots). Can’t wait to see more.

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