There’s something about Mortal Kombat that goes really well with Halloween, don’t you think? Well, regardless of what you think, the fact remains that Mortal Kombat X 1.21.0 comes with a Halloween update which will allow you to celebrate this holiday through limited time events and some special Character Challenges as well.
A little bit of context
If there’s one thing that you should know about Mortal Kombat X, then that should be that it contains some visceral, over-the-top fighting. We live in the age when next-gen mobile gaming is really becoming a competitor for traditional alternatives. This game comes with powerful gaming characteristics for either your tablet or phone and it consists of card collection and some visually incredible fighting.
The features of Mortal Kombat X 1.21.0
First and foremost, you should know that this game comes with some interesting features. For example, you can create your team of fighters and lead them in battles, as they begin to earn experience, powerful items or even new special attacks.
Since we spoke about fighters, another note-worthy factor is that the game comes with a massive roster, allowing you to collect veterans such as Johnny Cage, Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Kitana and many others, but you can come across young bloods, like Cassie Cage, D’vorah, Kung Jin or Kotal Khan and veteran or rookie alike are customizable by unlocking character specific customizations through completing gameplay tasks.
What the Halloween upgrade brings
The most important update consists of four new characters, brutal ones ideally designed for Day of the Dead and Halloween; get them through accessing Halloween Challenge events. Then, you can get some fresh limited-time only Halloween Feats of Strength Packs or Character Packs.
Shang Tsung’s Rusty Chainsaw and Stone are just a few of the new Equipment pieces made available. Video ads will come with new rewards and of course, bug fixes and improvements are also included. Enjoy!
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