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The First Combo Showcase for Mortal Kombat 1 is Here

PND|Mustard has released a combo showcase video for Mortal Kombat 1, featuring extended and painful combos for every character in the game. The video begins with Ashrah, showcasing her f2,4 move which can be followed by Kameo assists like Frost to freeze the opponent, allowing Ashrah to execute longer spinny sword strings.

Baraka's 1,2 move allows him to deliver a juggle combo of 14 hits, dealing over 460 damage with just one meter and a Jax Kameo. General Shao, despite his size, proves to be surprisingly fast. His meter burn ax slam is a dangerous move that launches the opponent high into the air, enabling him to continue the combo with his fists.

The characters in the video are presented in alphabetical order: Ashrah, Baraka, General Shao, Geras, Havik, Johnny Cage, Kenshi, Kitana, Kung Lao, Li Mei, Liu Kang, Mileena, Nitara, Raiden, Reiko, Reptile, Scorpion, Shang Tsung, Sindel, Smoke, Sub-Zero, and Tanya.

It's important to note that this video was created prior to the release of the day one patch, so some moves and combos may work differently in the final version of the game.

Mortal Kombat 1 is now available in early access for those who pre-ordered the Premium or Kollector's Editions. The game can be played on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

PND|Mustard's combo showcase for Mortal Kombat 1 is a must-watch for fans of the game. Be sure to check it out, as more great content from Mustard for Mortal Kombat 1 is on the way.

Source: PND|Mustard (YouTube)

Definitions:
– Combo: A sequence of attacks in a fighting game that are performed together, often resulting in a higher amount of damage than individual attacks.
– Juggle: In fighting games, to keep an opponent in the air with a series of hits that prevent them from touching the ground.
– Meter: A resource in fighting games that is used to perform special moves or enhance attacks.
– Patch: A software update that fixes issues and improves the performance of a game or program.