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GameSpot is reporting that the long wait for PC owners hoping to play Kombat Pack 2 will soon be over.

On Oct. 4, 2016, Mortal Kombat XL will launch for the Steam platfor, complete with both Kombat Packs for players who buy the new release. Players who already have MKX will be able to download the most current balance patch for free, but according to a Steam listing it looks like KP2 will still be a separate product.

The story of Mortal Kombat XL and a PC version already has a complicated history, as XL was originally announced only for PS4 and Xbox One in January 2016. Then at the end of July series creator Ed Boon teased players with the possibility of MKXL on Steam in the form of a popular vote; this eventually lead to the recent PC beta test and finally confirmation of the game's release.


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