Today, Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment released a new trailer for Mortal Kombat 11’s upcoming DLC character Nightwolf, who will be available on August 13 for Kombat Pack owners and August 20 for others. The classic character will join Shang Tsung as currently available this month, and Sindel, Spawn, and two other guest characters will join the roster soon.
Nightwolf, born as Grey Cloud, is a proud and fierce warrior dedicated to the cause of good and chosen by the Great Spirit to become the Matoka tribe’s champion and protector. Along with his signature tomahawk swing, Nightwolf possesses extraordinary magic that allows him to manifest weapons created from spirit energy to fight for the Matoka’s future and defend all of Earthrealm.
Nightwolf is the latest playable fighter to join the Mortal Kombat 11 roster as part of the Kombat Pack, alongside Shang Tsung (available now), Sindel, Spawn and two guest characters to be announced at a later date. in addition to one-week early access for Nightwolf, Kombat Pack owners will receive the Klassic Arcade Fighter Skin Pack featuring Jax, Kung Lao and Kano, as well as the new War Games Sonya Blade Skin.
The Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack is the best way to upgrade the Mortal Kombat 11 game experience with new downloadable content (DLC), featuring six characters, numerous skin and gear sets and one-week early access for all content. Players can purchase the Kombat Pack as part of the Mortal Kombat 11 Premium Edition for $99.99 (SRP) or individually for $39.99 (SRP). All DLC characters and bonus character skin packs will be available for individual purchase after the one-week early access period.
Additionally, the new season of the Kombat League is currently live for all Mortal Kombat 11 owners, where players can compete in an on-going ranked mode against other online Kombatants to earn exclusive Kronika-themed rewards in the “Season of Time.”
Check out the trailer above, read Codi’s review of the game, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.
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