Mortal Kombat X now available on iOS; Android version coming soon

The iOS version of Mortal Kombat X is now available for all of your on-the-go fatality needs, while Android users will need to wait just a bit longer for their version.


The iOS version of Mortal Kombat X is now available to download for free, NetherRealm and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced today.

The free-to-play mobile version of Mortal Kombat X blends together fighting along with card collection that’s been designed specifically for phones and tablets. Over 24 Kombatants are included in the game’s roster, including well-known fighters Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Kano, and Raiden, as well as new fighters including Cassie Cage, D’Vorah, and Kotal Kahn. By playing the mobile game, players will be able to collect upgradeable gear to improve the stats of their fighters as well as unlocking finishing moves.

A number of daily events and online multiplayer battles are available to take part it as well as additional Challenge Mode characters coming soon. MKX mobile players can also use the new Allies feature to gain a fourth character in battle by borrowing them from their friend. Once Mortal Kombat X launches on console and PC, cross-platform connectivity will go live, allowing mobile players to influence the title’s new Faction Wars feature.

The Android version of Mortal Kombat X will be “coming soon,” although we guess not soon enough. We hope Android owners will be able to get in on the mobile fatalities prior to the game’s launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on April 14.

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    April 8, 2015 6:48 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Mortal Kombat X now available on iOS; Android version coming soon

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      April 8, 2015 3:42 PM

      It's free. That can't be good

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        April 8, 2015 3:47 PM

        Maybe it's good with the (presumably) 2 characters it ships with, and gets better with each $5 character you buy.

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        April 8, 2015 4:02 PM

        If it's anything like the Injustice game was it's not a bad game, but not really overly complex. I played a bunch of that one and never had to buy anything because it wasn't that hard to get decent card drops or buy stuff that I wanted. You could also set your device time forward an hour to gain your energy back so you could just keep playing without running into the artificial limit of having to wait to be able to play more like most f2p games.

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