In MoTal Kombat 11, Sonya Blade has a series of incredible movements that you can use against your opponents. Playing these movements in real life would be a difficult task for most, but twitch specialist and streamer @SofiaStunts has done precisely that! Sofia won many praise from the players after a video of her replicating Sonya’s movements caught the attention of the co-creator of Mortal Kombat, Ed Boon. Boon shared the incredible video on Twitter, which also includes images of the game, so that fans can see the great work he has made double action when replicating the set of fighter movements.
The video of @sofiastunts as Sonya Blade can be found on the Tweet embedded below. Readers interested in watching their twitch channel can find it. right here.
While your recreations from Sonya Blade’s movements have drawn much the attention of @sofiastunts, double has also replicated the movements of several other fighting games. In addition to Sonya Blade, she has shared a similar video with the movements of mortal Kombat 11 of Cassie Cage, which can be found right here. After Boon shared the video above, the specialist asked Twitter users who shared suggestions about other characters that she could replicate. Fans, naturally, have requested more mortal Kombatants, including Kitana and Mileena. @SofiaSuntunts seems open to the suggestion, so the fans of the Netherrealm franchise will want to be attentive to what he will do next!
Sonya Blade has been a basic element of the mortal Kombat series since the launch of the first game in 1992. Blade was one of the seven playable characters in the original Arcade title and the first franchise fighter woman. For the past 30 years, she has appeared on innumerable games and other means of mortal Kombat. Given how popular she has maintained, it is not surprising that so many fans of mortal kombat have been happy with this recreation of @sofiastuntunts!
Momatal Kombat 11 is currently available at PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC and Google Stadia. You can check all our previous game coverage here.
What do you think about this video? Are you impressed with this recreation? Let us know in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter in @marcdachamp to talk about everything related to games!