Originally launched in conjunction with MKX; Mortal Kombat Mobile has expanded into a unique collection of warriors from the games' arcade history right through to Mortal Kombat 11! The free-to-play app is now asking fans to weigh-in on some of the characters that could appear in the lineup for 2021! Read on for full survey details:
Shang Tsung is back in the first Kombat Pack character reveal trailer! He's got a bigger bag of tricks than last time, harnessing the powers of some very interesting fighters throughout the trailer. The trailer also delivers confirmation of more characters and features coming to Mortal Kombat 11! Watch:
We learned last month Mortal Kombat X downloadable content would be expanding to include a Brazil Skins Pack [full story]. The mystery of what that would entail can be put to rest. If you had World Cup poser soccer shirts in your office pool - you nailed it! Also coming soon are Klassic Skins as part of The Kombat Pack release of Tanya.
A new wave of changes and fixes are coming to Mortal Kombat X. The initial update patch is available for PlayStation 4, with downloads coming to Xbox One soon, followed by PC some time later. The patch includes the free Klassic Reptile Skin:
Data tool site Steam Database has uncovered information regarding as yet undisclosed Mortal Kombat X DLC!
Sourced directly fromSteam Database Depots uploaded by the publisher, the list includes the Kold War skin pack revealed with Compatibility Pack v1.02, and items already confirmed for The Kombat Pack.
New to the list are encrypted depots for Klassic Fatalities 1 & Klassic Fatalities 2, as well as Skin Pack - Brazil.
Klassic Fatality DLC was offered for Mortal Kombat (2011), reintroducing the famed Sub-Zero Spine Rip fatality, among others [full story]. Two lots of Klassic Skins inspired by past games are already confirmed for The Kombat Pack featuring Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, Jax, Quan Chi & more [full story].
In 1995, Mortal Kombat was released to theatres worldwide, grossing a respectable $23 million dollars in it's opening weekend in the United States. An American launching pad for British director, Paul Anderson (Resident Evil, Event Horizon), the film was also a watershed moment for the licensing of video game properties in Hollywood, which to that point, had resulted in critical and financial failure in the box office.
The movie was the culmination of a licensing agreement between major players of the time, then MK-owners Midway Games, and production studio, Threshold Entertainment. The deal would go on to produce a film sequel; animated series, Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm; live-action television show, Mortal Kombat: Conquest; and interactive live-action web series, Federation of Martial Arts.