The contents of regular chests that can be bought for Koins are character-specific but random, thus meaning they can be re-rolled using time-warping boosts like Kronospheres or the Kronika Time Vault. It’s black so it doesn’t have the charm of the MA140 mask which looks like the original Sub-Zero’s mask. The original Mortal Kombat X was an excellent fighting game that was already stuffed with content to begin with, and Mortal Kombat XL just gives you even more of it. That said, getting skins is slightly more complicated. That said, players looking to flay their opponent’s with extra spectacle or set themselves apart from the crowd will find themselves spending a lot of time in two places: the Krypt and Towers of Time. Spending Koins, Soul Fragments, and Hearts (yes, literal anatomical hearts) in order to open the Krypt’s wide variety of unmarked chests, players will have to rely on luck to obtain the fatalities they seek.
Unlike Koin chests, Soul Fragment and Heart chests contain fixed rewards that can only be obtained once. Koins and Soul Fragments are awarded daily as login bonuses, but they’re most plentifully earned through gameplay. Heaps of Koins are handed out for just playing the game, meanwhile Soul Fragments and Hearts require players to complete challenges, perform combat feats, and explore the Krypt’s depths. Developer NetherRealm Studios is also working on a revamped online experience for the game, which will be available to all players at no extra cost. Yep, this means that Leatherface, Jason, Alien and Predator are all in the same game, allowing you create the horror movie deathmatch of your dreams. The new release also heralds the arrival of four awesome new combatants (including guest stars Leatherface and Alien), who you can buy separately if you already own the original game.
70.00 original price $70.00 (15% off) free shipping add to favorites. Mortal Kombat XL is a repackaging of 2015’s Mortal Kombat X, pairing the original game with its two major expansion packs: Kombat Pack 1 and Kombat Pack 2. It’s available on March 1 on PS4 and Xbox One for $60. Starting March 1, all MKX owners will get the game’s latest balance updates, a new stage called The Pit X, and a Medieval Costume Pack that includes new skins for Kotal Kahn, Kung Jin and Ferra Torr.
The Klassic Arcade Fighter Pack outfits Mortal Kombat 11 characters Jax, Kung Lao and Kano in Klassic, Arcade inspired costumes. And now this noble character is available to purchase on Xbox One for £4.79 via the Xbox Store, which then enables him to be used in Mortal Kombat 11. There’s also a Klassic Arcade Fighter Pack to buy, priced at £4.79, and that provides a trio of classic attires for Jax, Kung Lao and Kano to wear. Other “klassic” skins for Mortal Kombat 11, including the ninja characters and a wave of classic looks were added in previous “Kostume Pack” DLCs. Towers of Time, however, is a vicious, time-limited spin on the franchise’s Klassic Towers, and players will need to best the towers in order to get some of Mortal Kombat 11’s most elusive unlocks. Mortal Kombat 11 overhauls the Mortal Kombat franchise’s economy, making fatalities and a huge assortment of costumes unlockable either through play or by using the in-game currency.