The amazing uncover of Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath speaks to a lot of firsts for the long-running and famous battling establishment. Notwithstanding new characters, the extension achieves new character skins just as a significant account part that proceeds with the story where it left off in the base game. A large number of the Kombat Pack 1 characters appear to be set at the center of attention for this development including Shang Tsung and Sindel.
Notwithstanding the arrival of Sheeva and new visitor character RoboCop, Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, at last, makes fans most loved and since quite a while ago mentioned the character Fujin playable. Albeit last playable in Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, the God of Wind holds quite a bit of his moves that makes him extraordinary. He has various moves that use the breeze just as his combative techniques style. Rather than a crossbow, Fujin accompanies a blade he can use also this time around.
While it’s been around a long time since the Wind God has been a playable character within the Mortal Kombat establishment, here are five things that are absolutely abnormal in regards to Fujin.
Being A Boss
While most fans may recall Fujin as a playable contender in Mortal Kombat 4, his first real appearance in the establishment came somewhat before. In the branch game Mortal Kombat Mythologies, the future character referred to as Fujin showed up as a supervisor character. The character known as Wind God was depicted by Tony Marquez and was one of the four basic divine beings Sub-Zero was conveyed to crush so as to guarantee an extraordinary talisman for Quan Chi.
Wearing brilliant blue jeans, dark headband, and a long red cape, the Wind God is fit for suspending to security so players have discovered that it’s ideal to remain nearby. Shockingly, when his life meter is depleted totally, Wind God utilizes the last jettison move which will immediately murder the player on the off chance that they don’t make it to the extreme right half of the stage first.
Fujin’s Family Tree
Within the official Mortal Kombat 4 system, Fujin’s beginning was composed to demonstrate that he was really the sibling of Raiden. What’s odd is that it was never referenced in any of the games, leaving numerous fans to think about whether that was, in reality, obvious or not.
Fortunately, the disarray has at long last been cleared up in the most recent Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath ongoing interaction trailer in an introduction exchange among Sheeva and Fujin. Sheeva straightforwardly makes reference to Fujin and Raiden being siblings, taking care of this entire befuddling bit of legend for the last time.
Enhancing Takeda Takahashi
Following his appearances in Mortal Kombat 4 and Armageddon, Fujin went on somewhat of a rest from being playable for around 14 years. In spite of the fact that he made an appearance in the narrative of Mortal Kombat X and stayed an exceptionally mentioned DLC character, he wouldn’t really make the cut.
In any case, on account of the well known comic arrangement dependent on Mortal Kombat X, Fujin was connected to another significant character outside of Raiden. Takeda Takahashi, the child of Kenshi, increases a lot of gear that has been honored by Fujin through the Jinsei and its life vitality. Utilizing this rigging, which additionally wound up implanting the existence vitality into his spirit, he had the option to battle and endure experiences from had and upgraded adaptations of Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage, Kotal Kahn, Mileena, Raiden, and Havik. The imbuement of life vitality was even ready to assist him with withstanding an impact from Shinnok’s ornament, which commonly would slaughter the objective immediately.
Mortal Kombat 4 Reintroduces WindGod
A pleasant minimal Easter egg was found in the 1.0 amendment of the Mortal Kombat 4 arcade machine. Of course, every one of the character history screens was impaired, however, fans found cheat codes that could re-empower them. Be that as it may, every life story highlighted strange and joke style legends for every one of the characters as these were likely not proposed to be seen.
Fujin’s critique is similarly odd in light of the fact that his life story page calls him by his Mortal Kombat Mythologies name, WindGod. His life story peruses:
“Windgod was always embarrassed cause his mom made him wear his hair in a pony tail. Now he’s got quite an attitude.”
Mortal Kombat (2011) Glitch
Talking about glitches, a specific infamous one was found with the 2011 arrival of Mortal Kombat. It persuaded such huge numbers of individuals that Fujin would have been included as a DLC character that the talk is that it pushed Ed Boon to scrap designs and deny that he would have been included down the line.
A placeholder character called DLC BaseMale was found in the game’s code. While the warrior had no unique moves and was scarcely playable by any means, the broadcaster would state the name Fujin when chosen. All things considered, this was a DLC character opening test, however, the motivation behind why Fujin was the name said is still somewhat odd. However, Fujin did make an appearance in the PS3 version of the game in the ending segment for Kratos.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Stadia, Switch, and Xbox One.