An open beta for the Mortal Kombat XL’s multiplayer has surfaced on Steam. It’ll be running all weekend until 10:00am PDT on August the 29th (via Destructoid).
It looks like Mortal Kombat XL will make its way to PC, many months after it launched on console. Ed Boon teased the release in a tweet.
NetherRealm could be hopping back into the DC universe with a sequel to their smash-hit game Injustice: Gods Among Us.
Since 2015 however, Mortal Kombat X has added several new fighters, DLC characters with their own signature extreme moves. Here’s how you can perform their visceral finishers:
A relentless and perfect killing machine. Absolute in its nature to survive at all costs as it utilises an entire arsenal of nightmare fuel phallic attacks to incapacitate its prey and introduce them to the worst face-hug in the history of cinema.
Secret menus have been found in the arcade versions of the first 3 Mortal Kombat games.
Prepare for a Kold war in the second year of Mortal Kombat X. Hah, special K. Just like my cereal.
Nothing can prepare you, for a good ol’ fashioned Texas Chainsaw massacre in Mortal Kombat X’s second seson of downloadable guest fighters.
I’ve seen a ton of great fighting games grace arcades over the years. Killer Instinct, Eternal Champions, Tekken, Dead or Alive, Street Fighter and a truckload more. But nothing, nothing ever beats your first time playing Mortal Kombat on an arcade stand.
Since launch, had four more warriors added to its ranks: Jason Voorhees, the Predator, Tanya and Tremor. Normally, that would be it for post-launch content, but it seems that there may be some more fighters on the way.
Mortal Kombat X is the bloodiest, goriest and most violent game of 2015. And now it can also boast about being the top-selling title of 2015. So far at least.
Midway Games were prominent in the 90s – releasing games that turned out to be massive hits. The company exists no more, but an ex-employee is looking to kickstart a documentary that shares all the stories from its glory days.