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How to recreate Mortal Kombat’s gross fight sounds
All it takes is slime and a plunger.
Some slime and a plunger, apparently.
During a live broadcast earlier this week by Netherrealm Studios, we got a behind-the-scenes look at how the magic is made. The team doesn’t squish their hands in some animal guts to simulate intestines being pulled out. Thankfully, it’s much more tame.
If you ever had Nickelodeon slime as a kid, the best part was putting it in a cup and hearing the air escape. That’s because it would sound like farts. And farts are hilarious. Here’s hoping some fart sounds make it into Mortal Kombat X, set for release next month.
Imad Khan is a gaming and esports reporter. His work has been featured on Digital Trends and ESPN.