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4th Mortal Kombat DLC Character Getting Comic-Con Reveal

Posted on Wednesday, July 20 @ 08:15:12 PST by


For weeks, a mysterious unknown DLC character has been teased at the end of the first three Mortal Kombat DLC character trailers and vignettes. Tomorrow, the world will finally know who the fourth, currently unknown Mortal Kombat DLC character is. Series co-creator Ed Boon is set to make the announcement as a guest speaker at a very special "Warner Premiere Digital Series" Comic-Con panel at the Hilton Bayfront hotel on Thursday, July 21st between 2:00PM and 3:00PM.

Later in the evening, fans in attendance at the Mortal Kombat GameStop Event will get a chance to play as this new character at the GameStop in the Westfield Horton Plaza, between the hours of 7:00PM and 10:00PM.

This also means we'll finally find out who the winner is of our "Guess Who Haiku", where GameRevolution users guess who the unannounced character is in the form of a Haiku.

Additionally, the Mortal Kombat Legacy cast and Ed Boon will be at the Warner Bros. Comic-Con booth (booth #4545) starting at 11:30AM to 12:30PM on Thursday, July 21st.

Stick with GameRevolution for all of your Mortal Kombat and Comic Con news.
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