'Mortal Kombat X' DLC Pack 2 News: Players To Get Leatherface, Xenomorph, And Other Characters

Following a series of leaks regarding the characters in the DLC Pack 2 for the fighting video game "Mortal Kombat X," developer NetherRealm Studios has announced that four fighters are being added to the game.

NetherRealm Studios, along with Warner Bros., confirmed that DLC Pack 2 will include two fighters from the "Mortal Kombat" series and two guest movie characters.

Joining "Mortal Kombat X" from "Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance" is Bo Rai Cho, the alcoholic martial arts master whose main fighting style is the Drunken Fist. Another new fighter, Tri-Borg, is a cyborg character based on "Mortal Kombat" fighters Sektor, Robot Smoke, and Cyrax.

From the realm of Hollywood horror movies comes Leatherface and Xenomorph. Leatherface is the chainsaw-wielding villainous character from the "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" franchise while Xenomorph is the deadly extraterrestrial endoparasitoid creature from the "Alien" franchise. For "Mortal Kombat X," Xenomorph will have traces of Baraka's DNA, giving the character sword-like armblades.

A trailer showing the four new fighters has been released, with Leatherface leading the pack. NetherWorld Studios announced that the "Mortal Kombat X" DLC Pack 2 will be released in early 2016. No price for the "Kombat" DLC Pack 2 was given.

According to GeekSnack, Gamesplanet is offering a "Mortal Kombat X" Premium Edition for PC at 75% off its full price. The Premium Edition consists of the base game and the DLC Pack 1 featuring characters Kano, Lyu Kang, Scorpion, and others.

"Mortal Kombat X," developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, is the tenth main game in the "Mortal Kombat" series. It was officially announced in June 2014 and was released on April 14, 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. iOS and Android versions of the video game have also been released. Plans were made for the game to be developed for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but were later scrapped.

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