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Kenshi Makes His Mortal Kombat Debut on July 5th

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It's only been a week since we started spilling blood with Skarlet, and already NetherRealm Studios is ready to unleash another kombatant on the masses. As previously planned, the next warrior to enter the Mortal Kombat tournament is Kenshi.

The blind swordsman will be slicing and dicing up both PSN and Xbox LIVE come July 5th, according to the trailer. The new trailer also shows off a number of his moves as well as a brief glimpse of his X-Ray move and fatalities. Check it out below:



After Kenshi, Rain will be the next DLC character made available in Mortal Kombat. If Mortal Kombat DLC follows the same every two week release schedule, expect to see Rain on July 19th. After Rain, an "unknown", yet-to-be-named character will follow. The trailer closes saying to expect more new characters throughout the summer, so don't be surprised if there is much more in store after the next three releases.
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