Mortal Kombat 11 Images Reveal Frost Who Looks Like A Covered Up Cyborg From Mass Effect
Mortal Kombat 11 Frost

The war against boner culture continues. This time with the revelation of a fully covered up, cyborg version of Frost in NetherRealm Studios’ Mortal Kombat 11. Now, to be fair Frost has always been a covered up character, basically being a clone-character of Sub-Zero, and literally wearing a female version of his garb from Mortal Kombat 3. However, for Frost’s re-introduction into Mortal Kombat 11 via the Lin Kuei cyborg facility, she now dons some white armor and looks like she stepped right out of BioWare Montreal’s iteration of Mass Effect.

The leak comes courtesy of Reddit user Datreal, who made a post in the /r/MortalKombat sub-reddit about having received Mortal Kombat 11 early ahead of the April 23rd, 2019 release date, and proceeded to share images and spoilers for some of the characters and their costumes.

In the leaked images we get a full look at Frost both front and back from the character selection menu, which you can view below.

So as you can see, the black undersuit and blue cloth chest wrap has been completely replaced with a full body cybernetic overhaul. Like all the other women on the Mortal Kombat 11 roster, Frost is flat-chested and stubbly. This reaffirms what art director Steve Beran mentioned about de-sexualizing the women to make them look more “mature” and “realistic”. Because obviously an ice-wielding female cyborg ninja is a very realistic concept.

And yeah she might be a cyborg from the neck down, but she’s not a sexy cyborg by any stretch of the imagination. As you can see, her thighs and calves are short and not very shapely at all. Her mid-section is wide, and her waist is not thin, opposite of most Instagram models. Her overall design reminds me a lot of the Pathfinder suits from Mass Effect: Andromeda.

Mortal Kombat 11 - Frost vs Mass Effect Andromeda

Also, based on the way her robotic legs are shaped, I doubt she has a thigh gap, which is embarrassing for a robot! How do you get so fat as an inorganic machine that you don’t even have a cyborg thigh gap?

Of course we can’t really tell because she’s got a pelvic flap on the front and back, as indicated in the leaked image below.

We have no idea what her second or third outfit is like. Some people are hoping that Frost will get her “Klassic” costume from the previous Mortal Kombat games since her debut in Mortal Kombat: Deeadly Alliance. They kept her relatively the same in Mortal Kombat X where she had a brief appearance, but as you can see her chilly hair has been replaced with a more Tom boyish SJW cut that looks like something you see someone wearing in San Francisco. Her hair also went from icy-white to turquoise for some odd reason.

Also, even though Frost has always been covered up, they managed to cover her up even more in Mortal Kombat 11. They also removed any muscle definition she had so now she looks like a middle-aged housewife who was outfitted with a cyborg fighter instead of a peak-Lin Kuei assassin.

Now for most people following the leaks, none of this is surprising because they had already leaked that Frost would be in the game, but there was no confirmation until recently. Also there were images floating around about a bald Frost, which is still a possibility given that we haven’t seen her alt, and there’s a reason for this.

You see, according to Datreal, the game is always-online.

The core features to access the customization for the characters through the Krypt or to unlock Frost was inaccessible since he couldn’t connect online.


Also you may have noticed in the images that it says you can either unlock Frost by completing Chapter 4 in the Story Mode or by purchasing her from the store as a cash shop item. Datreal beat Chapter 4 but she still didn’t unlock since he couldn’t connect to the servers.

Some fanboys have made the excuse that he likely needs the day 1 patch in order to play those modes offline, which raised the obvious retort: what happens when someone buys the game and NetherRealm eventually shuts down the servers? It means that you won’t be able to access any of the content beyond the starter characters/equipment. This also isn’t something that can be patched into the discs unless they eventually decide to re-release the game as a special Mortal Kombat 11: Komplete Edition that allows you to actually play the content without being forced to go online.

Either way, this is still a clear affront to faptitude specialists and dedicated practitioners of boner culture.

Of course, this is to be expected when the art director practices Benevolent Sexism against women, and the quality assurance analyst, Steve Brownback, is an avid supporter of Anita Sarkeesian and her regressive agenda to destroy video game culture.

If you’re unable to read the text in the image, Brownback states…

“Seriously tho, you’ve used your platform to be a positive, inspiring voice for the furry and lgbt community and for that the fighting game community is a better place because you’re here!”

[Update 5/8/2019:] The quote above was actually in response to SonicFox’s birthday. It’s separate from his retweet of Feminist Frequency’s video.

That’s right, key members of NetherRealm Studios are Anita Sarkeesian supporters.

The evidence continues to ramp up that Mortal Kombat is now a franchise completely corrupted by the Politically Korrect Kombatants.

You can look for Mortal Kombat 11 to launch on April 23rd, 2019 on the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

(Thanks for the news tips Fight Censorship, Kenny O’Shay and Ebicenter)


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