Keep your eyes on the Injustice Pig - it might be ready to take flight! Following rumors in March [full story]; Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition is officially coming to PC in the summer!

2012 Komplete Edition console trailer.

The game will receive a digital-first release, coming to Games for Windows platforms with a global launch: July 3rd. Retail copies will soon follow, starting with a European release August 2nd, before the United States gets its store release, August 6.

The third-party port is developed by High Voltage Software and is expected to contain all the features of the console Komplete Edition. An array of bonus costume options and four previously released DLC characters (Kenshi, Skarlet, Rain & Freddy Krueger) are among the extras. Polygon report the PC version will include support for the PDP Tournament Edition stick [released 2011].

The PC release answers the cry of a fiercely dedicated fanbase, who have remained staunch in their demand for the once unlikely niche product. It follows a moderately successful run for the Street Fighter franchise and cult demand for Skullgirls.

Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition was first released for consoles in February, 2012. Another belated 2013 release saw the Komplete Edition make its long awaited arrival in Australia, where the R rated fighter debuted May 1st.