Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:28pm 09/04/15 | 0 Comments
Warner Bros. Interactive has let us know that eager-beavers keen to get their Fatality on ahead of Mortal Kombat X's release next week can do so today via the official mobile app.
Mortal Kombat X for mobile devices ia a free-to-play game bringing the next evolution of fighting games, is now available for download on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Developed by award-winning game designers NetherRealm Studios, the game delivers striking graphics and brings the legendary Mortal Kombat fighting gameplay experience to more players than ever before through mobile devices. Mortal Kombat X is available now for free on the App Store and is coming soon to Google Play.
Mortal Kombat X for mobile devices blends fighting and card collection for a whole new way to experience the legendary Mortal Kombat franchise, now designed specifically for phones and tablets. More than 24 fighters make up the initial roster, including legendary characters like Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Kano and Raiden, as well as all-new fighters including Cassie Cage, D’Vorah and Kotal Kahn. Players will be able to collect upgradeable gear to buff up their fighters, as well as unlock finishing moves for even more dramatic, over-the-top Fatalities.
Daily events and online multi-player battles are available now in the mobile game, with additional Challenge Mode characters coming soon. The new Allies feature allows players to “borrow” a friend’s character to aid them as a fourth fighter in their battles. When the next-gen console and PC versions of Mortal Kombat X launch on April 15 (PS3 and Xbox 360 coming at a later date), connectivity between platform versions will go live. This ecosystem among platforms will introduce team-based Faction Wars for the first time ever, and empower players to unlock special content between the mobile game and console or PC versions by completing tasks and achievements within each version. Every connected Mortal Kombat X player can participate regardless of platform device.
You can watch the mobile release trailer embedded below, and if you do pick it up, be sure to share your thoughts with us in the Comments section.