Bo Rai Cho, Leatherface, Tri-Borg, and Xenomorph Joining Mortal Kombat X in Early 2016

It would appear that Kombat Pack 2, which was supposed to make its debut today during The Game Awards, has just been leaked.

The four characters include two veterans and two guest appearances. On the veteran side we have the return of the Drunken Master Bo Rai Cho, alongside Tri-Borg, who uses the various moves of Cyrax, Sektor and Smoke.

On the guest appearance end, we have another horror mascot making an appearance in the form of Leatherface from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre series. The other one is rather interesting, as it’s a mix between a Xenomorph and Baraka.

We’ll update this article with the release date of the DLC once it arises.

Alexis Nascimento-Lajoie


Writer at Niche Gamer. Passionate for video game journalism, and more than glad to be a part of it. I also write DOTA 2 stuff.

  1. Annie T. Mood
    Annie T. Mood
    December 3, 2015 at 8:45 pm

    Bo Rai Cho isn’t fat enough. And I mean that as a bad thing that he isn’t fat enough.

  2. CrabCombat
    December 3, 2015 at 8:48 pm

    For you

  3. Offendatron_5000
    December 3, 2015 at 9:08 pm

    Nice way to add a licensed property and bring back some Baraka action people wanted. And triborg will basically be 3 characters in one, that’s pcool, too.

  4. Audie Bakerson
    Audie Bakerson
    December 3, 2015 at 10:47 pm

    A dedicated horror movie fighter would be an interesting thing if it weren’t strapped to a zombie franchise afraid of sexy women.

    In-fact, I think someone tried to make a fan-game with this concept+Ash from Evil Dead before being C&Ded out of existance at one point.

  5. Mr0303
    December 4, 2015 at 1:33 am

    Tri-Borg is a good way to bring back 3 characters at once. The horror characters fit pretty well. I doubt I’ll be getting them though.

  6. TsukuyomiMagi99
    December 4, 2015 at 10:25 am

    Is this the Mortal Kombat that has to have “realistic” female designs? You expect me to believe that a game that is so unrealistic from its fantasy source material to its over the top violence that it has to incorporate realism into it? This would be the one time where an exaggerated female form would make sense. Give me a fucking break.