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Mortal Kombat 11 Celebrates Halloween With New Skins And Event

NetherRealm Studios has revealed a new event and set of spooky skins for three Mortal Kombat 11 characters, bringing some early Halloween spirit to the popular fighter game.

For $5.99, you can purchase the Masquerade Skin Pack, unlocking ghoulish skins for Jade, Liu Kang, and Kabal. Complete with green skin, a black hat, and purple flourishes, the Wicked Witch Jade skin is a clear reference to the iconic villain from The Wizard of Oz. Liu Kang gets skeletal in the Spanish-inspired Calavera skin, evoking the aesthetic of the Mexican Day of the Dead celebration. The skull face and red accents are also reminiscent of the Red Death costume popularized by Andrew Lloyd-Weber's Phantom of the Opera. Finally, Psycho Killer Kabal borrows from classic slasher films, giving off some serious 90's Jason vibes.


Beyond the Masquerade Skin Pack, the developer has shared details about their upcoming Halloween event. The free promotion will add four new bosses, new Brutalities, Halloween-specific consumables, player module pieces, and other rewards. You'll also see several Halloween-themed modifiers integrated into matches, including flying witches and bats, falling pumpkins, rising gravestones and black cats.

Starting October 18, players will also have the chance to check out the new Team Raid mode as part of a free update. Team Raid adds a new multiplayer Tower to the Towers of Time mode. Two to three players can earn in-game rewards by working together to complete group challenges and defeat a powerful boss.


The Masquerade Skin Pack is available now for individual purchase or as part of the $40 Kombat Pack. The Halloween event kicks off on October 25 and will run through November 1. The most recent DLC fighter, The Terminator T-800, released earlier this month. Sindel will go live on November 26 as the final fighter scheduled to release this year, assuming NetherRealm doesn't throw any curve balls our way.