Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition for PC to hit stores

Warner Bros. confirmed that Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition will be available for PC. The game was originally developed by NetherRealm Studios headed by Ed Boon, co-creator and creative director of Mortal Kombat. The game was adapted for PC by High Voltage Software. The game will be available on July 3rd via digital distribution and August 2nd in physical disk edition for Windows.

The game will have gameplay modes like Tag Team, Challenge Tower and even a story line mode. But as usual MK will have the traditional 1 on 1 matches or even be a spectator via online during the King of the Hill Mode. There will also be achievements to be unlocked, followed by leaderboard stats for the online players.


They also added there will be some DLC content, such as characters like Skarlet, Kenshi, Rain and Freddie Kruger from Nightmare on Elm Street.

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