Mortal Kombat 11 Joker DLC Now Available For Everyone To Download
Anyone willing to spend the money can pick up and play the disturbed DC villain now.
Popular DC villain Joker can now be bought by everyone who owns Mortal Kombat 11 on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This means those who still haven't purchased the game's Kombat Pack can pick up the menacing trickster now for the single purchase price of $6 USD / £5 GBP / $9 AUD.
Joker shares a lot in common with his Injustice counterpart, but MK11's M-rating allows the Clown Prince of Crime to galivant in the rain of blood he creates. Joker is gruesome here, beating and brutalizing his opponents in a truly disturbing fashion. He uses a cane for proper bludgeoning, whips out a gun-equipped Batman dummy, and even winds up explosive Jack-in-the-box toys to disorient his opponents. It all amounts to a trickster playstyle, with Joker having a lot of combo potential and a variety of options to deal devastating damage.
Surprisingly, the Kombat Pack is currently on sale across a variety of storefronts. This includes the Nintendo Eshop, the PlayStation Store, and the Microsoft Store, where the DLC bundle is discounted to $16 USD / $24 AUD / £12 GBP. The Kombat Pack remains full price on Steam, unfortunately. The Kombat Pack comes packaged with MK11's Premium Edition, which is on sale on both Microsoft and PlayStation's stores.
MK11's Kombat Pack normally retails for $40 USD / $59 AUD / £31 GBP and comes jam-packed with an assortment of add-ons, including more fighters like Nightwolf and the Terminator, gear sets, themed skin packs, and more. Once purchased and installed, Joker--and the five other DLC fighters--will immediately become available. Of course, each character can be bought separately as well.
The last character in MK11's Kombat Pack, Image Comics' Spawn, is expected to launch on Tuesday, March 17 for all platforms. This release date is likely when he will be available for owners of the DLC bundle. If that's the case, then Spawn should be purchasable individually a week later on Tuesday, March 24.
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