How To Do Titan Battles in Mortal Kombat 1


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There’s a trophy in Mortal Kombat 1 for completing a Titan Battle, but where can you find those in the game?

How To Do Titan Battles in Mortal Kombat 1

Fighting is at the very core of Mortal Kombat regarding gameplay. Still, developers NetherRealm Studios have added several other features in the game to keep players occupied, including a story called ‘Kampaign’ and a different mode dubbed Invasion.

However, one mode is somehow eluding players and promises to provide them with a trophy that not so many players have yet received. So what are Titan Battles?

What are Titan Battles in Mortal Kombat 1?

Players who look at the possible achievements for the game have found a trophy called The Mighty have Fallenand the requirement to earn it is said to be completing one Titan Battle.

Currently, there are no Titan Battles in the game, and players suspect that this will be some difficult mode that will be added to Mortal Kombat 1 in the future, something that only the most hardcore MK players could be looking forward to.

Kronika the Timekeeper is a Titan from Mortal Kombat 11

What are Titans in MK Lore?

When it comes to the extensive lore of Mortal Kombat, Titans are considered to be a tier higher than Liu Kang, who has worked his way up into becoming an Elder God, the position that Raiden was in when he was first introduced in the MK franchise.

In the MK lore, the Titans are the ones that create the Elder Gods, and Kronika the Timekeeper is the first Titan we meet in the franchise, being the mother of Shinnok and Cetrion. With the concept of titans introduced, some fans think that this could mean that future MK games could have players go up against the Titans, who are now touted as more powerful than the other bosses we’ve had in the franchise so far, including Shang Tsung, Quan Chi, and Shao Kahn.

Previous Versions of ‘Titan Battles’

As was mentioned before, previous versions of MK all had an alternate mode that would allow players to show off their skills when it comes to mastering the characters. For Mortal Kombat 11, the Towers of Time mode allowed players to take on challenges where characters had specific presets that would make it harder to fight them.

Some presets would include limitations like not being able to equip consumables. However, they can be as crazy as giving the boss 7x health or having a missile follow you.

The Towers of Time were also very character-specific at times, offering special loot for specializing in particular characters. Still, they were also timed because the challenges would only be available for a limited time. Thus, players would have to hustle if they wanted a specific loot.

Liu Kang in the Announcement Trailer for Mortal Kombat 1

What Could Titan Battles for MK1 Be?

For now, the MK community is just left guessing what kind of mode Titan Battles will be when it finally gets added to the game. Some data miners have been able to sift through the game files, and by putting together the pieces, it looks like the Titan Battles could be battling against alternate versions of existing characters. Here are some possible leaks:

What’s interesting about this new timeline is that it’s established that every ending of the characters who defeat Kronika in Mortal Kombat 11 is all canon in several timelines. This could result in almost anyone earning Liu Kang’s place of Elder God instead—even the Kampaign revealed an Elder God version of Kitana.

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These Titans that players will have to battle may be all canon in a separate universe, which will also result in their special enhancements during a fight.

Until NetherRealm officially reveals something, fans must wait and see. Hopefully, more reveals will be dropped before the first Kombat Pack release, which includes many extra characters.

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