Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition coming to PC in July
by John Callaham
If there's one major game genre that is underrepresented on the PC, it's the classic fighting game. Very few of those titles are published on the PC platform, perhaps because many PC gamers don't use a gamepad. This week, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive confirmed that one of the better recent fighting games will be coming to the PC this summer. PC Gamer reports
that Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition will be released via download on July 3rd, with a boxed retail version to follow on August 2nd in Europe and August 6th in North America. The game, a reboot of the classic franchise, was originally released in 2011 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 and was developed by Netherrealm Studios.
The port of the PC edition is being handled by High Voltage Software and since this is the "Komplete Edition" it will have all of the original game's post-release DLC content as part of its package. That means four more characters that were not in the original game, along with new skins and "Klassic Fatalities". It will also support a number of controllers and gamepads, including the Mortal Kombat Tournament Edition Fight Stick. Pricing was not announced.
Source: PC Gamer
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