‘Mortal Kombat X Kollector’s Edition’ Unveiled [Video]

'Mortal Kombat X Kollector's Edition' from Coarse will come with a Scorpion sculpture

Mortal Kombat X Kollector’s Edition has been revealed for those of us who want to get the most from NetherRealm Studios’ latest gore-fest. What makes it different from the game we will be seeing on the store shelves this April 14?

According to the video above, the game will come with a sculpture of fan-favorite character Scorpion, lovingly carved and painted by Coarse artists Mark Landwehr and Sven Waschk. Their sculptures have included many 3D carvings, all of which showed incredible attention to detail, and rival those of McFarlane Toys.

Sven explains that Mortal Kombat‘s Scorpion was always one of his favorite characters, and the creation of the figure gave him “a chance to add some really unique ideas to the figure. And [I had fun] coming up with the concept for the character that was always one of my favorite ones.”

The description for the video asks viewers what their favorite Mortal Kombat character is, which could indicate a variety of sculptures to be added as alternatives to Scorpion in the Mortal Kombat X Kollector’s Edition. The Scorpion sculpture will come with a certificate of authenticity signed by Landwehr and Waschk, as well as an in-game skin which will mirror it. It will also include the Kombat Pack, a collection of four characters including returning “kombatants” and guest characters.

The Coarse version will cost $150 and be PS4 and Xbox One exclusive.

The Amazon-only version of the “kollector’s edition” will also include a (non-Coarse) Scorpion statue and a steel pack and card, a gold in-game skin for the character, and the Kombat Pack. It is yet unknown who the characters included in the Kombat Pack will be, but the whole package will cost you $180, and will only be available for the PS4 and Xbox One versions.

GameStop’s pre-order only Limited Edition will be minimal, costing $95 and coming with the Kombat Pack, and an in-game skin of Scorpion inspired by the Cold War. Again, it’s only on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Unfortunately, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gamers will have to be content with the download-only Premium Edition, which costs $90 and comes with the Kombat Pack.

Are you planning to buy the Xbox One and PS4 exclusive Mortal Kombat X Kollector’s Edition?

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