Mortal Kombat X's Masked Characters Uncovered With PC Mod

See what Sub-Zero, Torr, Erron Black, Jason Voorhees, Rain, and Smoke's faces look like.

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The faces of several Mortal Kombat X characters have been unmasked for the first time, thanks to a new PC mod.

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While some of the game's combatants fight with their faces covered, one modder has managed to remove their headgear and take screenshots of the face models underneath.

As highlighted on a Mortal Kombat X fan site, six character faces in total have been exposed: Revenant Sub-Zero, Torr, Erron Black, Jason Voorhees, Rain, and Smoke.

Take a look at their money-makers in the gallery below.

Above: Torr Unmasked -- Take a look at the thumbnails below to view the faces of Erron Black, Jason Voorhees, Rain, Revenant Sub-Zero, and Smoke
Above: Torr Unmasked -- Take a look at the thumbnails below to view the faces of Erron Black, Jason Voorhees, Rain, Revenant Sub-Zero, and Smoke

Rain and Smoke are non-playable characters, for now, although it is possible that the two will be included into the main roster via upcoming DLC.

Some fans expect a robust line-up of new characters to join the roster, specifically because the "Kombat Pack" season pass included five DLC characters (Jason Voorhees, Predator, Tanya, and Tremor), and NetherRealm has since described it as "Kombat Pack 1," inferring that there will be at least one more.

Mortal Kombat X is the latest edition of NetherRealm's long-running series, which launched in 1992. The title, published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, launched in April and enjoyed the "biggest launch" in franchise history.

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