Mortal Kombat 11 has made its highly expected appearance back in April the 23rd. Now, NetherRealms Studio has announced the launch of additional DLC characters within the game in a trailer for Shang Tsung, the veteran soul-stealing sorcerer.
Mortal Kombat 11 fans and players have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of Shang Tsung, eager to play the character being the mirror of the man who first interpreted him in the Mortal Kombat first movie, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.
The soul-sucking fighter has now proved to be everything the fans wanted and even more than that. The new DLC for the ‘Kombat Pack’ recently released depicts Shang Tsung transforming into desired characters such as Rain, Ermac, Reptile, Smoke, sub-Zero, Noob Saibot, and Scorpion and being able to perform their signature moves before switching back to its original identity. He can also take its younger shape, shift its form all the way through its fatalities, and has a sly ‘Your soul is mine’ phrase.
The trailer also announces the appearance of other characters as well. The new fighters are Spawn, Nightwolf and Sindel, and even two unnamed characters. Fans have carefully listened to the noise made in the background of the end of the trailer to see if they recognize the other two unknown fighters. There were apparently noises of a chainsaw, and visible blood spatters were distinguished. Fans believe that the two characters will be Ash, as actor Bruce Campbell uploaded the trailer of the fighter last night on Twitter and Terminator.
The $40 add-on pack comes with all the new six fighters as they are released, early access for a week which starts with Shang Tsung on June the 18th, and new skins and equipment available.
The Kombat Pack exactly includes the six new DLC playable characters, released over a period of time, an exclusive one week of early access to DLC characters, seven exclusive character skins, and seven exclusive packs of gear.
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