Mortal Kombat 1 marks the current entry in the Fatality-packed battling series, and it seeks to provide a rewarding fresh dosage of ultraviolence for long time fans. In addition to a brand-new tag-team mechanic that lets you combine a primary character with a backup “Kameo” fighter, you can anticipate a legendary brand new story, routine seasonal updates that will include brand-new Invasion mode objectives, and more.
While Mortal Kombat 1 includes lots of brand-new functions, the series has likewise constantly leaned greatly on fond memories and keeps specific old-school components that you do not always see that typically in computer game today. That consists of unlockable characters! While the majority of Mortal Kombat 1’s 23-character launch lineup is offered right from the outset, there are 2 that require to be gotten by other ways– Shang Tsung is booked for individuals who have actually pre-ordered the video game, however a 2nd character, Havik, needs to be opened through gameplay. How does one get their hands on Havik? Scroll on down for the response …
Keep in mind: This post might include moderate, non-specific story mode SPOILERS.
In order to open Havik, you’ll require to play through the totality of Mortal Kombat 1’s story mode. The story mode includes 15 chapters, each of which takes 20 minutes to half-an-hour to play through. I does not appear to matter what trouble level you play through story mode on. If you struck the credits and do not see the message that Havik has actually been opened, do not fret– for factors I will not enter, you do not get that unlock message up until mid-way through the credits.
And there you have it! That’s how you open the complete Mortal Kombat 1 lineup. Havik is a quite strong addition to the video game’s lineup, so you’re absolutely going to wish to beeline to the story mode in order to get access to him.
Mortal Kombat 1 introduces on PC, Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and Switch on September 19, although those who have actually bought the premium editions of the video game will have the ability to play tomorrow (September 14). You can take a look at more of Wccftech’s Mortal Kombat 1 guides here.