Mortal Kombat X – Erron Black and Baraka on the Way

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Ed Boon, the creator of Mortal Kombat has been teasing fans a lot lately, almost each week showing new gameplay or characters for the upcoming Mortal Kombat X.
In one of the more recent Kombat Kasts a bunch of new characters for the game were revealed, with some of them being confirmed as playable.

In a new set of tweets, he sent out yesterday, Boon teases more Goro footage. With Mortal Kombat X releasing on April 14, 2015 there’s enough time for that.

According to Ed Boon, a BIG Kombat Kast is being prepared for the 19th.  Erron Black and Baraka will probably  show up, but who Else?

Another one of Boon’s tweets reveals that by completing the story mode of Mortal Kombat X, you get to unlock a character.

Well, the rest will be included in DLC packs of course. Gone are the good old days, when by completing the story with each character, earned you a second one every time, and some additional costumes on top of that. DLC and season packs are the way now. At least we get seasonal upgrades, and continuous support months after the games’ release, so we can’t complain.

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Regardless Mortal Kombat X is becoming the fighting game to own in 2015, and we will be surely getting some more interesting characters in the following months. While the possibility of Spawn making a return seems a bit far stretched, there’s still a chance. Todd McFarlane, the creator of Spawn himself, mentioned that NetherRealm Studios have the rights the include the character in the game. Here’s hoping.


20 playable characters have been officially announced for Mortal Kombat X. Expect more announcements soon.

Mortal Kombat X is stated for an April 14th release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, with the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions to follow some time later. We will bring you any new information prior to Mortal Kombat X’ release, as soon as it becomes available. You can read more on Mortal Kombat X in our previous coverage, here and here.


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