Warner Bros. Interactive has confirmed recently that Mortal Kombat XL, the final edition of Mortal Kombat X, will come to PC. This means that the Kombat Pack 2 – DLC that was not scheduled to arrive on PC – will also be available on Steam.
As you know, this news is not entirely a surprise. Ed Boon, the director of Mortal Kombat X, had hinted about this possibility on Twitter; also a beta game took place last week. That said, this time the dealer shared more details about this release.
According to Warner Bros., Mortal Kombat XL is not development by Netherrealm Studios or High Voltage (creators of the port of Mortal Kombat X for PC), but by QLOC, studio best known for its work on the remaster of DmC: Devil May Cry. Mortal Kombat XL will be available on Steam from October 4 and includes the base game and the Kombat Pack 2.
Those who already have Mortal Kombat X will receive a patch of XL which includes several balance changes and improvement of the online game. Although the statement does not mention it, it seems that the Kombat Pack 2 will be sold separately as it has a product page on Steam.
Mortal Kombat XL offers complete Mortal Kombat X experience and includes the main game along with all contents present in the Kombat Pack 2. This means that you will gain access to new characters such as Alien, Leatherface, Triborg and Bo’Rai Cho, new packages with Skins, and all additional content and fighters who have since been released for the original version: Predator, Jason Voorhees, Tremor and Tanya.
Mortal Kombat X came to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One last year and we found it a great installment in the series.
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