Mortal Kombat 11 Halloween Masquerade Skin Pack Revealed

NetherRealm has released a trailer for the new Halloween skin pack for Mortal Kombat 11. I don’t know why a skin pack needs a trailer of its own, but there you have it. The pack, called Masquerade, contains a grand total of three skins; one for Jade, one for Kabal, and one for Liu Kang. And everybody, even those that have a Kombat Pack, will have to pay $5.99 for it.

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Mortal Kombat 11 Halloween Masquerade Skin Pack Revealed
Mortal Kombat 11 Halloween Masquerade Skin Pack Revealed

Live service game by live service game are announcing their Halloween festivities, and Mortal Kombat 11 is laying the groundwork for its own. The event proper will kick off on October 25th, and will include boss fights with modifiers like bats, gravestones, witches, pumpkins, etc. That’s then. Now is the time for the Masquerade Skin Pack, which contains spooky skins for three characters.

So, what do you get in the Masquerade Skin Pack in Mortal Kombat 11? Well, there’s a grand total of three skins, as we’ve already said. One is the Wicked Witch Jade, which, well, turns Jade into the Wicked Witch of the West of Wizard of Oz fame. Don’t worry, gamers; it’s a sexy version of the costume, no need to kick up a stink. The second costume is Calavera Liu Kang, which sees the Shaolin Monk dressed up for Día de Muertos. Lastly, we have Psyko Killer Kabal. I’m pretty sure it’s supposed to be Jason from Friday the 13th, but I guess they couldn’t just come out and say it due to the copyright nightmare the franchise has been going through.

Now, there’s a bit of a drawback here, in my opinion, and that’s the price. The Masquerade pack costs six bucks, aka two dollars per skin. Plus, these skins aren’t a part of the Kombat Pack, it seems. Whoever wants to look festive for Halloween in Mortal Kombat 11 is gonna have to shell out the money. Is it worth it? Well, check out the trailer below, and decide for yourself.

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