Free Mortal Kombat X DLC Klassic skins wishlist

While some of you may have been slightly unhappy with the DLC policy regarding Mortal Kombat X, we do bring some great news for you now straight from co-creator Ed Boon.

By now, most of you will have already received your free Mortal Kombat X Classic Sub-Zero skin, which arrived alongside the recent 1.02 patch.

Now we have the confirmation from Ed Boon that the free Sub Zero skin for Mortal Kombat X won’t be the last freebie. It turns out that every Mortal Kombat X DLC patch that releases for the game will also come with a free skin too.

We remember similar tactics being deployed for Mortal Kombat 9 when NetherRealm Studios released Skarlet and it’s great to see that they are continuing this trend.


With that in mind, what Mortal Kombat X klassic skins are you looking to see the most? The obvious choices include classic Reptile for Mortal Kombat X, classic Ermac and hopefully even classic Raiden and Liu Kang from their MK2 days.

We would also love to see a classic Rain skin in Mortal Kombat X, but first we obviously need to unlock the character by official means.

Are you loving the game so far? If so, tell us who you want to see as a free classic skin in the next Mortal Kombat X 1.03 patch.

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Written by Alan Ng

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