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Mortal Kombat 11 Skin Pack Release Date | When are the Aftermath skins coming out?

The Mortal Kombat 11 skin pack release dates have been a hot topic among the community. It’s been over two months since Aftermath came out and people want to know when their skins are coming out. So when are the MK11 skin pack release dates? And what are those skin packs? Before you look into the future costume bundles, don’t forget to grab the Thanks A Million Johnny Cage skin that is already out in the store if you own Aftermath.

Mortal Kombat 11 Skin Pack Release Date | Summer Heat skin pack

Mortal Kombat 11 Skin Pack Release Date | When are the skins coming out?

The MK11 Summer Heat skin pack is the first batch of skins coming to the game. These include skins for Baraka, Kitana, and Erron Black. They’re officially called Off the Bone Baraka, Endless Summer Kitana, and Fireworks Erron Black, respectively. These skins will be available for Aftermath owners on all platforms on August 6. There’s no word on if people who do not own Aftermath will be able to purchase these skins.

Mortal Kombat 11 Skin Pack Release Date | Klassic Femme Fatale skin pack

Mortal Kombat 11 Skin Pack Release Date | When are the Aftermath skins coming out?

The Klassic Femme Fatale skin pack is the second skin pack coming to the game. It’ll release on August 25 for all Aftermath owners. NetherRealm finally revealed who the skins will be for and it’s not surprising. This pack will have skins and gear for Skarlet, Kitana, and Jade.

Mortal Kombat 11 Skin Pack Release Date | All Hallows’ Eve skin pack

Mortal Kombat 11 Skin Pack Release Date | When are the Aftermath skins coming out?

The All Hallows’ Even skin pack release date is September 29 (it used to be October 8), which makes sense given that it is based around Halloween. This is the second Halloween skin pack for the game as NetherRealm put out the Masquerade skin pack in 2019. This final pack will contain skins for Johnny Cage, D’Vorah, and Sub-Zero. It’s unclear why NetherRealm moved up the release date nine days. Hopefully, it has to do with another set of fighters.