Mortal Kombat new famous outfits has made people nostalgic!! Kids from 90’s will know it!!

Today, new skin is made available exclusively for the owners of the Kombat Pack. Mortal Kombat 11’s Sonya has brought out one of her old and famous outfits. This old outfit was seen in the Mortal Kombat 3 which was released in 1995.

The new outfit of Sonya was a last-minute announcement which induced nostalgia and a huge surprise for people who have been long-time fans of the Mortal Kombat.

The new outfit which was released today was the exact same outfit Sonya was seen wearing in Mortal Kombat 3. This outfit included a green-white sports bra, earrings, and a 90s-tastic headband.

Mortal Kombat new famous outfits has made people nostalgic!! Kids from 90's will know it!! 1
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Fans of Mortal Kombat have taken this as a sign for more throwback outfits coming for the classic characters which can be announced at any time.

Nightwolf is the second character out of six DLC characters which have been released with the Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack. The first DLC character to be released was Shang Tsung who was published last June.

It is a well-known fact that the DLC characters are first made available to the Kombat Pack owners before they were released to the masses. This gives the owners of the Kombat Pack an advantage as they are going to be well trained with the new characters. It is officially announced that Nightwolf is going to release to those who do not own a Kombat Pack on 20th August.

The developer of Mortal Kombat 11, NetherRealm Studios, announced that they have big and long term schedules in their mind to keep Mortal Kombat fresh for many years to come. Shortly after Mortal Kombat 11 was released last April, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s president David Haddad said that they are going to support the game, Mortal Kombat 11, and developers, NetherRealm Studios, with years of content. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced that they would do so in the form of new skins and characters.