'Mortal Kombat XL' PC Review, Kombat Pack 3 Release Date: Third Kombat Pack Launching After ‘Injustice 2?’

Jon MendozaOct 15, 2016 11:37 AM EDT
NetherRealm/Mortal Kombat X In line with NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros.' "Mortal Kombat XL," the game has received positive feedback. On the other hand, players may not yet see "Mortal Kombat X's" Kombat Pack 3 anytime soon.

In line with NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros.' "Mortal Kombat XL," the game has received positive feedback. On the other hand, players may not yet see "Mortal Kombat X's" Kombat Pack 3 anytime soon.

The PC version of "Mortal Kombat XL" is something worth playing, according to Attack of the Fanboy. As per the publication, online matches run smoothly in the tests performed during the review. Also, PC players had the opportunity to play with Kombat Pack 2, which showcased new playable characters and a set of new skins in-game. The game also covered the first Kombat Pack, which means players, especially those who are new to the game, will be able to have the entire "Mortal Kombat" experience.

In terms of visuals, "Mortal Kombat XL" is best played in PC. As per reports, the game was tested on a GTX 1080 and it was able to "max out" the game's graphical settings. It is added that when then game was taken up to 4K resolution, it was very challenging to locate a "more impressive"looking fighter, among the supremacy provided by the game.

In other news, "Mortal Kombat X's" Kombat Pack 3 is set to be delayed, as per Game N Guide. According to the publication, the next set is expected to be out following the release of the "Injustice" sequel, "Injustice 2," which is bound to arrive in 2017. Thus, it is assumed that the third Kombat Pack may arrive next year.

Rumors, as cited by Vine Report, said that Kombat Pack 3 would feature characters, such as Fujin, Noob Saiot, Rain, Sindel, and Baraka, among others. As per the publication, Baraka is a warrior and crossbreed of the Outworld denizens and Netherrealm demons who served Emperor Shao Kahn. The game studios have yet to confirm the details.

"Mortal Kombat X" was initially released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, iOS, and Android in 2015.

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