In just a few more days, players will finally have the chance to take Mortal Kombat 11's next DLC character, Sindel, into battle. However, fans need not wait even that long to get an extensive look at this highly anticipated fighter, as a number of Sindel's MK11 Brutalities, her second Fatality, and her skins are all already available to view. Additionally, footage of Sindel's intros and victory poses from Mortal Kombat 11 have surfaced, and it is exactly that which will be featured here.

Mortal Kombat 11 fans that are interested in seeing Sindel's intros and victory poses are advised to direct their attention to the video found below. While this video begins by showcasing the character's cosmetic options, it dives into her intros at the 4:20 mark, and there are four of them to enjoy. Titled Hair Splitter, Levitation, Whip It, and Rejuvenate, players that have been following Sindel's development closely are likely to have seen a majority of these intros already, but fans that have not may appreciate having them consolidated in one location.

From there, the video goes into Sindel's victory poses in Mortal Kombat 11, of which there are four: Banshee, Queen Mother, Untold Power, and Dark Humor. The first of these victory poses was prominently featured in the MK11 Sindel gameplay trailer that was released last week, and it will thus be familiar to many fans. The others, however, have not been highlighted so heavily, and this may be the first time that most players are getting to see them.

With respect to exactly when Sindel, and her intros and victory poses, will be available in Mortal Kombat 11, her early access release date is set for next Tuesday, November 26. Notably, only players that have purchased the full MK11 Kombat Pack will get access to Sindel at this time, though she will be available individually the week thereafter. As with the other MK11 DLC characters, Sindel will cost $5.99 if obtained alone.

For those fans that have secured the Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack, though, Sindel is not the end, as there are still two more fighters to be added to the roster. They are the Joker, who will release on January 28, and Spawn, who will release on March 17, and players are certain to see more of these fighters, including their intros and victory poses, in preface of their arrivals.

Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Stadia, Switch, and Xbox One.