Posted by Marianne Miller on May 23, 2013

Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition Slated For PC Release

Those who are a fan of the arcade classic Mortal Kombat can expect to see the “Komplete Edition” out for PC very soon.  The game was released for PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011, and later saw a port for the PS Vita.  The Komplete Edition features not only the 2011 game itself, but all DLC, including 15 classic skins for the MK characters, as well as four characters only available for download — Skarlet, Kenshi, Rain, and the horror icon himself, Freddy Krueger.  Three additional fatalities for Sub-Zero, Scorpion and Reptile have also been added.

Mortal Kombat initially saw some controversy in Australia during its release in 2011, when it was banned by the country because it didn’t feel as though its current ratings could apply to the amount of violence present in the game at the time.  Later, when Australia’s rating system included the R18+ listing, an uncensored version of the game was released.

A download version of the game will be available on July 3rd in the North American and European continents, with a physical copy to be released on August 6th in North America and August 2nd in the EU.


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