NetherRealm Studio’s hit game, Mortal Kombat X, was released over a year ago, and it has progressed since through content updates and patches. Now the developer behind the popular fighting game is set to release another version of Mortal Kombat X.
According to a tweet in the official account of NetherRealm Studios, a Mortal Kombat XL Edition will launch on March 1 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Oddly enough, a PC version was not announced. The tweet was accompanied by a trailer that says Mortal Kombat XL Edition will be available digitally as well as retailers
The upcoming Mortal Kombat XL Edition will feature the base game and will also include all of the available DLCs. Warner Bros. recently confirmed that Mortal Kombat XL Edition will also have the Apocalypse Skin Pack, Brazil Skin Pack, Kold War Skin Pack, Kold War Scorpion Skin, and Samurai Skin Pack, Gamespot reports.
Content from the first Kombat Pack 1 will be part of the game. This means that players will have Jason Voorhees, Predator, Tanya and Tremor added to their base roster. Additionally, series favorite Goro will be included as well. The second Kombat Pack characters will also be included in Mortal Kombat XL Edition. This means that horror icons Leatherface and Xenomorph, along with series mainstay Bo Rai Cho and newcomer Tri-Borg, will be part of the roster.
Source(s): NetherRealm Studios & Gamespot