Mortal Kombat 1 is almost upon us! The wait for the return to the bloody world of Mortal Kombat, which threatens to be even more violent and gory than ever before, will soon be over! After the dramatic end of Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, Liu Kang now as an Elder God is time traveling and essentially rebooting the whole Mortal Kombat universe, creating a brand new story full of familiar characters that will now be quite different.
In addition to the usual fighters, Mortal Kombat 1 brings the Kameo system for the first time to this long-running fighting game series. Kameo fighters are essentially NPC characters that you can choose before the start of the fight and call for help during rounds – a system not so different from Strikers in King of Fighters if anyone remembers. Now, let’s check out the complete list of all Kameo fighters in Mortal Kombat 1 and see what kombatants from the past will pop up during the fights.
All Kameo Fighters in Mortal Kombat 1 – The Complete List
Ever since the first trailers and announcements for Mortal Kombat 1, we’ve seen various interesting characters from Mortal Kombat history jump in to help in the fight, and now we finally have a full list of all the Kameo fighters that will be available in the game from day one.
- Jax Briggs
- Kung Lao
- Sonya Blade
Even if you see some familiar names on the list of Kameo Fighters, these characters will not be the same as their Mortal Kombat 1 counterparts but mostly represent their versions from previous games, even the ones from the actual first Mortal Kombat (1992) – for the maximum nostalgia punch.
Also, in addition to the characters from the list above that will be included from day one in all versions of the game, there are also additional Kameo Fighters that come with the Kombat Pack DLC.
- Johnny Cage
The Kombat Pack, in addition to additional Kameo fighters, also contains a few playable characters including Homelander, Omni-Man, and Peacemaker. It will be included in Premium versions and up, and if you want to add it to the standard version, it can be purchased separately for $10.
For more Mortal Kombat 1 here on Prima Games check out our Summer Game Fest Hands-On Preview.