The recent Mortal Kombat reboot may be on its way back to stores. The British Board of Film Classification, the ratings authority for the UK, just published a listing for a "Komplete Edition" of the game.

Presumably the Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition is a compilation of the base game and all of its downloadable content. Four new characters were released after the game's launch: Skarlet, Rain, Kenshi, and Nightmare on Elm Street's Freedy Krueger. This year NetherRealm Studios also released the Klassic Pack, with vintage fatalities and character skins.

The BBFC listing states that extended classification information (or ECI) will be available after February 7th. ECI usually reveals plot details about the film or game in question. Because of the potential for spoilers, the BBFC tends to hold off on publishing such information weeks or months before the game/film's release. The takeway is that this Komplete Edition probably won't be out until late February at the earliest.

There's no telling yet whether this bundle will make it to North America or other territories yet. Generally when a ratings board outs a game, the company is not far from a formal announcement so we won't have to wait long for clarification.

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