A new mod for Mortal Kombat X removes the face meshes (better known as masks) from the pugilists in the game. We finally get to see what's under Sub-Zero's mask, along with other characters like Erron Black and Torr... amongst others.
Netherrealm Studios will be adding another character to Mortal Kombat X's roster this week. A new gameplay trailer from the developer shows us Tremor's new look and abilities in the fighting game.
NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment are working hard to raise the level of awareness and engagement in the fighting game community tournament scene. How are they doing that? Well, when you purchase the Blue Steel Sub-Zero Skin DLC for Mortal Kombat X it goes toward a prize pool for upcoming tournaments.
The good folks at Netherrealm Studios have been working hard to adjust and fix Mortal Kombat X so that the game is even more balanced and fixed up than when it originally released. This includes optimizations for hitboxes, special moves, combos and more.
After everyone was begging for Jason Voorhees in Mortal Kombat 9 and after he was announced as a playable character for Mortal Kombat X (albeit, as DLC) NetherRealm Studios has announced that Jason will arrive for those who purchased the DLC pack on May 5th.
Mortal Kombat X features several characters like Rain and Baraka that aren't actually part of the playable roster. However, players have found a way to get around this restriction.
If you're a Mortal Kombat player who suffers from extreme impatience, I have a special treat; you can now experience all of MKX's glorious gore, without any of the practice.
The Briggs family gets the spotlight in the newest trailer for NetherRealm Studios' Mortal Kombat X. The trailer highlights the power of both Jax and Jacqueline Briggs. Jax is a long-time fan-favorite and Jacqueline is new to the series.
There's a new video up for the first 25 minutes of gameplay in the story mode of Mortal Kombat X. The video arrives just ahead of the game's release for home consoles and PC on April 14th.
DLC... a lot of gamers groan whenever it pops up in a headline, as the focal point of a story, and especially when the words “Pre-Order” and “DLC” are used together in the same sentence. Well, this is probably one of the few times where “DLC” might receive a finger to the chin and a few moments of pondering and deliberation.
It probably should come as no surprise that there are a lot of gross elements in Mortal Kombat X, namely the visual gore and visceral mutilation that takes place in the game. What you probably didn't expect was that some of the sounds to accompany said gore were made with... a plunger?
NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment released a new trailer for Mortal Kombat X, focusing a bit more on the story and adding some explanation about how some of the fallen warriors from Mortal Kombat 9 will return for Mortal Kombat X.
Mortal Kombat has a long and storied history of gathering a lot of diverse and unique characters from across a wide spectrum of preferences. However, not every character is worth the time of day and there are some characters that you should never, ever play as.
Netherrealm Studios has revealed the final two characters included in Mortal Kombat X's DLC Kombat Pack. These characters should look very familiar to veterans of the series.
A few more characters have been confirmed for NetherRealm Studios' Mortal Kombat X. After the developers revealed that Sonya Blade, Kenshi and Johnny Cage have made the roster, new leaks have indicated that a few more fan favorites are also joining the fray.