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'Mortal Kombat 11' DLC trailer shows Shang Tsung, confirms Spawn

And includes a worthy reference to the first 'Mortal Kombat' movie.
Richard Lawler, @Rjcc
June 1, 2019
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Mortal Kombat 11 players have already been awaiting the return of Shang Tsung, and to control the character now modeled on the man who played him in the first MK movie, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa. A new DLC for the "Kombat Pack" DLC not only shows off Shang Tsung -- complete with shapeshifting that extends all the way through his fatalities and a slick "Your soul is mine" reference -- but also confirms a few more fighters on the way.

Those include Spawn, Sindel, Nightwolf and two still-unnamed additions. Fans have focused on some sound details at the end of the trailer to guess that the last two new fighters will be familiar faces Ash -- actor Bruce Campbell tweeted the trailer last night -- and Terminator. The $40 add-on pack brings all six new characters as they roll out, a week of early access starting with Shang Tsung on June 18th, plus access to new skins and gear.

The Kombat Pack includes:

• 6 new DLC playable characters, released over time
• 1 week early access to DLC characters, exclusive to Kombat Pack owners
• 7 exclusive Character Skins
• 7 exclusive sets of gear

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