Mortal Kombat X Makes Friday the 13th Villain a Playable Fighter
Jason Voorhees is revealed as the first of four characters included in the Kombat Pack.
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Jason Voorhees, the iconic villain from the Friday the 13th horror movie series, will join Mortal Kombat X as a playable fighter, developer NetherRealm has revealed.
The news comes via a teaser video NetherRealm posted to its official Twitter account and which you can see above. It'll be interesting to see what kind of special moves and fatalities Jason Voorhees will bring to the fight, but for now all the teaser shows us is what he'll look like in the game.
Jason Voorhees will be one of four add-on characters included in Mortal Kombat X's Kombat Pack. NetherRealm previously said that the pack will include "Klassic Kombatants" and iconic guest characters. Jason Voorhees clearly falls into the former category.
In other Mortal Kombat X news, NetherRealm recently revealed that Johnny Cage, Mileena, and Sonya Blade are also playable characters in the game. Shinnok, Kenshi, and other characters also appeared in the game's opening act.
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Mortal Kombat X launches April 14 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC. A mobile version of the game is also in development. For more on the game's fighter roster, be sure to read GameSpot's roundup of every confirmed and rumored character so far.
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