Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced that the Mortal Kombat X Jason Voorhees Bundle will be available for early download to Kombat Pack owners starting tomorrow. The Jason Voorhees Bundle includes playable character and Friday the 13th icon, Jason Voorhees and the Horror Pack, comprising of three horror-themed skins including Vampiress Mileena, Kraken Reptile and Pharaoh Ermac. Those who do not own the Kombat Pack can purchase the Jason Voorhees Bundle beginning Tuesday, May 12 at the PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace and Steam for £6.49. Jason Voorhees and the Horror Pack will also be sold separately for £3.99 and £3.29 respectively.
Fans can get a glimpse of Jason Voorhees stalking and slashing his opponents in the new Mortal Kombat X: Jason Official Trailer, revealed today. To view the trailer on the WB Games UK YouTube Channel, click here ...or download the trailer from the WB Games UK press site.
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Mortal Kombat X, the latest entry in the legendary fighting game franchise from NetherRealm Studios, is available now for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft and Steam on Windows PC. The Horror Pack is a part of the Mortal Kombat X Kombat Pack, providing fans with Mortal Kombat X downloadable content (DLC) for £24.99.
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