Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios have announced Mortal Kombat 11‘s online mutiplayer season system, dubbed “Kombat Leagues.”
Each Kombat League will last four-weeks, during which players that win online matches can climb the ranks.
For each unlocked (at the highest point, irrelevant of a player’s standings when the League ends), players can earn exclusive rewards. Players can also earn rewards for daily and seasonal quests. For example, the first League (Season of Blood) will reward players based on how much of their opponent’s blood they spill.
You can find the full run-down below:
“In Kombat League, players compete in ranked matches during a four-week season to progress through nine tiers, climbing from the ranks of Apprentice to Elder God. Players will be rewarded with exclusive in-game items for each unlocked rank. Rewards are cumulative, with players earning all unlocked items up to the highest tier achieved in a given season. Players can also earn in-game items by playing in various daily and seasonal quests. Once a season expires, a new season starts immediately with new rewards and incentives to earn. The optimised matchmaking system in Kombat League will ensure players are matched with opponents at or near their same skill level. As part of the Kombat League update, a new meter has been added giving players a quick look at their odds of winning against an opponent at the beginning of each ranked match.”