Mortal\u00a0Kombat\u00a0XL\u00a0is now available to buy on PC. Mortal\u00a0Kombat\u00a0XL\u00a0was\u00a0originally\u00a0released in\u00a0March\u00a0this year for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.\u00a0The game \u2013 which was\u00a0originally developed by\u00a0NetherRealm\u00a0Studios \u2013\u00a0has been\u00a0ported to\u00a0PC by\u00a0QLOC. Mortal\u00a0Kombat\u00a0XL\u00a0is an\u00a0expanded version of\u00a0Mortal\u00a0Kombat\u00a0X, a game which\u00a0\u2013\u00a0despite a few grumbles from the playing community\u00a0\u2013\u00a0was generally well received in its console\u00a0form\u00a0and\u00a0picked up the Fighting Game of the Year gong\u00a0at\u00a0the D.I.C.E. Awards. The original PC release was a different story, however, with\u00a0laggy\u00a0online multiplayer and a lack of post-release updates causing\u00a0its\u00a0Steam score to plummet. The PC version of\u00a0Mortal\u00a0Kombat\u00a0XL\u00a0aims to change all that. Mortal\u00a0Kombat\u00a0XL\u00a0combines all of the content from the\u00a0main game plus\u00a0all of the downloadable contact packs that were issues post release. The big draw is\u00a0the\u00a0range of famous\u00a0faces\u00a0that turn the\u00a0game into\u00a0something akin to\u00a0horror-themed\u00a0Smash Bros. Playable characters include\u00a0the\u00a0Xenomorph\u00a0from\u00a0Alien,\u00a0Leatherface\u00a0from\u00a0The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,\u00a0Triborg, Bo\u2019Rai Cho,\u00a0Predator,\u00a0Jason\u00a0Voorhees\u00a0and Tremor. Also\u00a0included\u00a0are a multitude of skin packs\u00a0including the Brazil and\u00a0Kold\u00a0War\u00a0packs, to name two. Current owners of\u00a0Mortal\u00a0Kombat\u00a0X\u00a0on PC can also download the latest patch for free, allowing\u00a0access to the enhanced\u00a0netcode\u00a0that was available in the recent beta test for the game.