While plenty of attention has been paid to Mortal Kombat 11 newcomers such as Geras and The Kollector, there's no doubt the classics have received plenty of love as well. After all, most Mortal Kombat 11 competitive play tier lists rank Raiden and Scorpion rather high, with fan-favorite Sub-Zero having a reasonable position in the B tier. However, it appears that Sub-Zero has a significant glitch that, if done properly, could give him a distinct advantage - that is, he can be turned invisible.
The Mortal Kombat 11 glitch is so complex, though, that it can only usually happen by complete accident. Because of its intricacies, many have likely never even seen the glitch, though there are reports of it existing since launch. To activate this glitch, players must have first unlocked Sub-Zero's Ice Klone taunt (acquired by completing two of his unique challenges in Towers of Time mode).
This taunt will automatically occur when Sub-Zero wins in a certain predicament. The player must win a round while standing close to his opponent in the corner, and so long as this is fulfilled, the Mortal Kombat 11 player will be able to activate the glitch in the next round. Presumably, this invisibility glitch is somehow tied to the fact that Sub-Zero disappears during this taunt.
Once the next round has begun, players will need to use the Kold Shoulder special to turn invisible. This move is only available in Mortal Kombat 11 custom loadouts or in his Blast Chilled tournament variation, and while this helps limit the ability to purposefully activate this glitch, the aforementioned move does not even have to connect. Sub-Zero will turn invisible regardless, with the effect remaining until the player takes a hit.
Even though it's unlikely and difficult to intentionally use, this invisibility glitch can definitely swing a fight in Sub-Zero's favor, as the opposing player will have no way to know where he is coming from. Developer NetherRealm Studios is likely to fix this Mortal Kombat 11 glitch as soon as possible, but with the developer preoccupied with complaints of crunch culture, the health of the workers will hopefully be placed before such a small glitch in the grand scheme of things.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.