Mortal Kombat 11 has a Kollector - yes, Kollector with a K because this is Mortal Kombat of course.
Mortal Kombat 11's Kollector isn't much like Marvel's, though. Kollector with a K has multiple arms and rips the organs right out of his enemy's body before stuffing them in his backpack. Yum.
The video, below, reveals gameplay of The Kollector for the first time after he'd popped up in the background of previously-released story trailers. He serves Shao Kahn (a, sigh, pre-order bonus character) who spent years in hiding. Now he's back and he's pissed.
Here's the official blurb:
"A new fighter joining the Mortal Kombat franchise, The Kollector was born into poverty and seized his collections duty with a zeal that impressed Shao Kahn, becoming one of the Emperor's most feared associates. As more of a corrupt, mafia enforcer than a government official, The Kollector stole riches from Outworld's people, rewarding himself with wealth and status in turn, but when Shao Kahn died, Kotal Kahn vowed to weed out the former regime's corruption. After years in hiding, living off his ill-gotten gains, The Kollector was captured and now faces execution, determined to destroy anyone in his path."
The Kollector is one of the more creepy characters in the game. At first glance he has four arms, and he likes to rest the top two behind his back. But if you look closely you'll notice he has a third set of arms, which hold his backpack in place from underneath. Shudder.
The Kollector's fatality is, as you'd expect, gruesome, but if you pay attention you'll notice him study Baraka's gubbins before deciding which part to pop in his backpack. Intestines? Nah. Spleen? No thanks. Head? You bet!
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