Mortal Kombat X Tremor DLC Gets Crushing New Gameplay Trailer, Release Date Revealed
Warner Bros. on Sunday released a new trailer for the next Mortal Kombat X DLC character--Tremor--and announced when he'll be available.
Check out the trailer below, in which Tremor lays waste to his foes with rock- and earthquake-themed attacks, among others. Read on below the video for more on the Tremor DLC, including its release date.
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Tremor will be available in Mortal Kombat X by way of the Tremor Bundle, which launches on July 21 for people who already own the $30 Kombat Pack DLC pass. This bundle, the final announced add-on for Mortal Kombat X, also includes the Klassic Skins Pack 2.
If you don't own the Kombat Pack, you can buy the Tremor Bundle on July 28 for $8 on all platforms. A la carte options are also available, as Tremor will be sold for $5, while the Klassic Skins Pack 2 will go for $4.
The last time Tremor appeared in a Mortal Kombat game was back in 2000 via Mortal Kombat: Special Forces. This is the first time he is fully playable.
In addition, Warner Bros. announced today that everyone is getting free DLC in the form of the Klassic Fatalities Pack 2, which comes with fatalities for Mileena, Kitana, Kung Lao, and Jax. This DLC will be available for free on July 21 alongside the initial release of the Tremor Bundle.
Mortal Kombat X is available today for 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 this summer.