Mortal Kombat 11, the action-fighting game built on the Unreal Engine 3 engine by NetherRealm Studios, gets brand new characters with the second Kombat Pack.
Besides Rambo, the game has also confirmed the arrival of two classic characters, Rain and Mileena.
While Mileena, Rain, and Rambo were undoubtedly the headliners of NetherRealm Studios' latest announcements, there was absolutely more to see. These upgraded versions are said to feature "4K dynamic resolution, enhanced visuals, improved loading times, and more".
No release date has been announced for Kombat Pack 2, but you can pre-order on October 16.
Alongside the new character confirmations, though, came some even bigger news: Mortal Kombat 11 will be coming to next-gen consoles in the form of a new Ultimate edition of the game. It will launch same day as Kombat Pack 2. If that wasn't enough to entice Rambo fans, Sylvester Stallone will actually be returning to voice the character, providing a welcome dose of authenticity.
Developed by Chicago-based gaming company NetherRealm Studios, "Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate" follows the gore-filled suit of the original 1992 arcade game with much better graphics. S, and Xbox One players to fight against other players on opposite platforms in select modes.
Those who preorder the game will receive the Time Warriors Skin Pack at launch featuring three new character skin variants, including "Dark Web" Noob Saibot, "HCF" (Halt and Catch Fire) Liu Kang, and "Blood Moon" Skarlet. Mileena, Rain, and Rambo will appear either with the new Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate version, which will be available for all versions and the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, or in Kombat Pack 2 for people who already own the game on November 17, 2020. Current owners can also purchase Kombat Pack 1 for $20- and the Aftermath expansion for $40. The Ultimate edition will include all of the DLC characters now released for the game and all three of the new characters releasing on November 17.
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