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Mortal Kombat XL murders its way onto Steam

Mortal Kombat XL

Mortal Kombat XL has finally landed on PC, probably onto a spike just off-screen, after a swift uppercut from publishers Warner Bros. Mortal Kombat XL, as the name suggests, supersizes NetherRealm’s fighter, bringing all of the game’s DLC into one package.

Now that’s out, check out our upcoming PC games list to see what’s next. 

This port, developed by QLOC, brings along a bunch of new fighters – many of them ripped from your favourite horror films – bolstering the game with both Kombat Packs.

Along with the launch of Mortal Kombat XL, there’s a patch that improves the game’s netcode, meaning you won’t be fighting the lag as well as your opponents. This patch is also available for existing Mortal Kombat X owners.

Kombat Pack 2 (previously unreleased on PC) introduces brand new playable characters to the fighter, including: Xenomorph from Alien, Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Triborg and Bo’Rai Cho.

There are also a whole batch of skins for the existing characters, presumably so you can tear it all off when you finish a fight.

The original Kombat Pack is also included in Mortal Kombat XL, adding Predator, Jason Voorhees, Tremor and Tanya, each accompanied by three themed skins

Mortal Kombat XL is on Steam now for $39.99.