mortal kombat xlA little over a week ago, NetherRealm’s Ed Boon teased on Twitter that Mortal Kombat XL would be arriving for the PC. This is despite the fact that the initial announcement made no mention of the PC and given that there was a lack of support for the original Mortal Kombat X on PC, we guess we can’t blame PC gamers for not holding out hope.


The good news is that if you’re just getting into the game, Warner Bros. has confirmed that Mortal Kombat XL will indeed be arriving for the PC. In addition to the game, Kombat Pack 2 will also be made available for the PC, so gamers who are interested in getting their hands on the game will want to keep an eye out for the game’s release on Steam come 4th of October.

In case you’re learning about this for the first time, Mortal Kombat XL is basically Mortal Kombat X with all the previously released DLCs, save for Kombat Pack 2. This means that if you don’t own the game, you’ll be able to purchase everything at once in one fell swoop, presumably at a slight discount and also at a huge convenience since you won’t have to track down every single DLC.

No word on how much the game will cost for the PC, but when it was launched on the PS4 and Xbox One, it was priced at $60 but the prices have been dropping since, so we’re not sure if the PC version will reflect that or stick to its original price of $60.

Filed in Gaming. Read more about Mortal Kombat.

Related Articles on Ubergizmo