Mortal Kombat X is almost here. Releasing on the 14th of April, Mortal Kombat X is NetherRealm studios long awaited fighting game. The game promises a great experience with lots to look forward to including new characters, new arenas and yes, you guessed it right, new fatalities. It's a hassle to keep track of all the characters released with new ones showing up every other day. So without further ado we bring you the complete list of the officially released characters after we brought to you the list of rumored characters for Mortal Kombat X.
Jason Voorhees Adds to the Previously Revealed Roster
Just recently you witnessed the release of Johnny Cage aswell as a strong rumor for Kenshi which was later confirmed with others. Good news is that another character has been confirmed for the game, In the honour of Friday the 13th (which is today if you haven't noticed that already), Mortal Kombat X team has revealed Jason Voorhees, today's horror icon. Jason Voorhees will now be available to Mortal Kombat X customers who purchase the Kombat pack which can be purchased separately for $29.99 and is also included in Mortal Kombat X's Kollector's Edition, Limited Edition, and the Premium Edition. So whats the wait? Oh yeah, the entire roster.
Moving on, lets have a look at our actual list of all the characters revealed by NetherRealm Studios until now in Mortal Kombat X. We have a total of 24 revealed characters which are as follows:
- Cassie Cage
- Ferra & Torr
- Jacqueline Briggs
- Johnny Cage
- Sonya Cage
- Kotal Kahn
- Kung Jin
- Kuna Lao
- Quan Chi
- Takashi Takeda
- Jason Voorhees
Yes, its a big list and the fun part is that we might or might not know the entire roster of the characters in the game until it finally hits the shelves next month and so far, the game looks nothing short of amazing. With more and more content being revealed on the game with each passing day, it is exciting to see how wide the iceberg is in Mortal Kombat X. So keep an eye out for any more releases because I can bet NetherRealm studios has more to throw our way.
The game has been delayed for Xbox 360 and the PS3 but will still making the shelves on time for the current gen consoles and PC on the 14th of April. So get your hands on your copy of Mortal Kombat X as soon as possible.