Mortal Kombat X Complete Story Mode Walkthrough
Mortal Kombat X
(Last Updated On: January 30, 2017)

While it seems like it’s not that necessary, there are already walkthroughs available for the Mortal Kombat X story mode. Typically, given that the game centers around fighting in one-on-one bouts it wouldn’t seem like a walkthrough would be needed, but if anyone missed part of the story for whatever reason, the walkthrough is available to cover each chapter of the game’s story.

YouTuber Dynasty offered up a fight-free look at the game’s story mode, which spans about the length of a movie (minus the fights). You can check out the complete playlist of videos below.

Funnily enough, there were quite a few complaints in the comment section asking for the videos to show off the in-game, player-controlled fights.

So apparently if people genuinely need help getting through the fights in the game’s story mode – and given that there are probably plenty of people new to the series who might actually need help with the fighting – there’s another series of videos that also cover the game’s actual fights between the story chapters.

The full fights can be viewed courtesy of YouTuber LaputaZ. You can check out the playlist below.

The quality on the playlist above seems to be little bit more than that of a potato processor, but a playlist is a playlist.

As far as tactics go, there’s nothing really there to master. The best cheap tactic in the single-player story mode is to corner trap someone and dive-kick them to death. If you actually know how to play Mortal Kombat X then you probably don’t need to watch the videos for tips and you’re likely to want to check out more advanced videos from the FGC elite.

Nevertheless, Mortal Kombat X is available right now for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It launched recently and will be available on the Xbox 360 and PS3 this summer. Need more info? Feel free to check out the game’s official website.


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