Goro blimey! Mortal Kombat ‘Komplete’ Edition coming to PC

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If you suspected that Netherrealm’s 2011 Mortal Kombat was never going to see a PC release, you would probably not have been alone. However, Warner Bros. are going to prove all those suspicions incorrect by releasing a ‘Komplete’ (oh boy) edition of the game on 3 July (digitally) and 2 August (physical.)

High Voltage Software will be handling the port, which may be a bit alarming since they seem to be best known for Kinect Star Wars. But who knows, maybe they’ve been expert PC porters all along.

The ‘Komplete’ version will come packaged with all the DLC released for the console versions; so that’s a bunch of extra characters (Skarlet, Kenshi, Rain and, um, Freddy Krueger) plus some skins and bonus Fatality moves. Warner Bros. hasn’t put a price tag on this just yet, but it’d be surprising to see it outside of the usual PC pricing range.

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