See Mortal Kombat X Kombat Pack 2 Characters in Action [UPDATE]

The Kombat Pack 2 is coming later this year for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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[UPDATE 2] Warner Bros. has now posted the Kombat Pack 2 gameplay trailer (see it below) and shared some further details. Everyone who buys the Kombat Pack 2 gets the four new characters, the "Apocalypse Pack," the Goro character (previously a preorder/paid fighter) and the content listed below:

  • Brazil Pack - The Brazil Pack features three new character skins: Futbol Cage, Capoeira Liu Kang, and Gaucho Kung Lao.
  • Kold War Pack - The Kold War Pack includes three new character skins: Motherland Sonya, Tundra Sub-Zero, and Revolution Kano.
  • Kold War Scorpion - Kold War-themed Scorpion character skin.

The Mortal Kombat X Apocalypse Pack comes with three new character skins for Takeda, D'Vorah, and Erron Black that reimagine them with an "apocalyptic theme."

[UPDATE] The video has now been set private, though Ed Boon says on Twitter that it should be back up sometime tomorrow, January 12. In the meantime, you can check out a new screenshot (below). Check back tomorrow for more details on the Kombat Pack 2.

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As suspected, Warner Bros. on Monday released a new gameplay trailer for Mortal Kombat X's upcoming Kombat Pack 2. This video focuses on the expansion pack's new characters, which include Leatherface (Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Xenomorph (Alien), Bo Rai Cho (drunken fist master) and Tri-Borg (combination of Cyrax, Sektor, and Robot Smoke).

Previously released Mortal Kombat X DLC characters have included Jason Voorhees, Predator, Tanya, and Tremor. Developer NetherRealm also considered Terminator and Michael Myers as DLC characters for Mortal Kombat X, but it was not meant to be.

Pricing for the Kombat Pack 2 was not announced, but the first one sold for $30.

Mortal Kombat X launched in April 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC and has reportedly sold more than 5 million copies. The game's Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions were canceled.

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