Mortal Kombat (2011): Freddy Krueger Vignette Trailer
Tue, 08/09/2011 - 12:05
Mortal Kombat Freddy Krueger character vignette
There has been one question on the minds of Mortal Kombat fans around the world. It has plagued their every hour, their every night, and even their darkest nightmares. When can I finally get my hands-on Freddy and pit him against my favourite Mortal Kombat warrior? Well the time has come and Freddy will be available on PlayStation Network tomorrow and Xbox LIVE very soon!
In honour of the official release of infamous dream stalker Freddy Krueger - the final DLC character - Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studios present a look into how Freddy came to enter the notorious Mortal Kombat coliseum. In an effort to return to the dream realm from where he came, Freddy must face-off against the game’s legendary warriors and prove that, even as a mortal, he and his demonically powered razor gloves can take down the toughest competition. Also available is the all-new TV commercial featuring new footage of Freddy in action.
Featuring a complete move-set, an arcade ladder story ending and two brutal fatalities, Freddy will be available very soon on Microsoft Xbox LIVE for 400 Microsoft Points or for download as part of the Microsoft Season Pass. He will also be available tomorrow for £3.19 on PlayStation Network or as part of the newly released “Mortal Kombat DLC Warrior Bundle” where all four DLC characters can be purchased for only £8.99.
Additionally, available to download for both systems is a free compatibility pack featuring two additional skins – a classic-inspired never-before-seen Cyber Sub-Zero and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3- inspired Sub-Zero
Mortal Kombat is the most brutal instalment of the legendary fighting game to date and is currently available on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. The game, along with the DLC, has all been developed by NetherRealm Studios, led by Mortal Kombat creator and creative director Ed Boon.