Mortal Kombat X Adds Predator This Week, Free DLC Revealed

Launch date for next fighter revealed, as plans announced to give away the Klassic Fatality Pack to all players starting tomorrow.


Following a string of teases and leaks, Warner Bros. on Monday officially announced that its fighting game Mortal Kombat X will add its next DLC character--Predator--later this week.

The Mortal Kombat X Predator Bundle, featuring the Predator character from the movie series, will be available to download on Tuesday, July 7. This bundle also comes with Commando Johnny, Infrared Scorpion, and Carl Weathers Jax character skins.

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The Predator Bundle is included with the $30 Mortal Kombat X Kombat Pack. If you bought the Kombat Pack, Predator--and the skins--will be available tomorrow. This bundle will be available outside of the Kombat Pack on July 14 for $8.

Alternatively, you can buy just the Predator character for $5 or the three skins for $4.

Warner Bros. has also announced that, as a "thank you" to fans, the Klassic Fatality Pack will be available to all players for free starting July 7. This includes four "klassic" fatalities from the original Mortal Kombat for Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Sonya, and Johnny Cage. The Kold War Scorpion skin will also be given away for free.

This week's Mortal Kombat X DLC will be available for all platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The fighting game is also coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, but Warner Bros. has not announced a release date beyond sometime this summer.

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