Mortal Kombat 11 is introducing a brand new game mode named Team Raids. The mode pits three players against one supercharged version of fighters from the roster.
In the latest Kombat Kast, which is the place for all the announcements regarding the upcoming Mortal Kombat 11 changes, patches and updates, the developers NetherRealm have officially announced a brand new co-op mode named Team Raids, among other things.
According to the devs, Team Raids is a completely new way to play Mortal Kombat 11 with your buddies. Instead of ripping each other apart in one on one fights, you can now team up to battle a supercharged version of fighters from Mortal Kombat 11's roster.
If you're wondering how exactly does this work, well, the battles happen in real-time but you will only be able to see your own character, not friends', though you can see each other's health bars. Three players all contribute to wear down the opponent's health and also, you'll be able to see when your buddy deals damage to the enemy.
Three against one may sound like a cakewalk but according to the devs, it won't be even close to that. The fighters you face off are much harder to take down and feature modifiers that give them advantages, which forces players to work on their tactics. Players also get five shared lives to use.
Furthermore, the fights include timed challenges and if each team member completes them, everyone gets rewarded with a certain buff, helping you to turn the tables on your powerful opponent. Team Raids will also offer special rewards and the result screen at the end of the fight will give insight into who was the best performer.
Mortal Kombat 11 is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch.