In a few days, Kombat Pack owners will be able to get their hands on Nightwolf, the newest DLC character to arrive in Mortal Kombat 11. Those who do not own the Kombat Pack will have to wait yet another week, but that doesn't mean they can't check out his new content beforehand. One in-depth look recently showcased Nightwolf's abilities, tournament variations, gear, and more, but for those interested in the cosmetics, a new video has dropped which highlights the fighter's skins.
The video goes piece by piece, checking out all of Nightwolf's new gear and skins. It takes a close inspection at his headdresses, which includes various helmets and headbands; his war clubs, including those made of bone and metal; his tomahawks, which comes in an impressively wide variety; and, of course, his skins from Mortal to Elder tier. One notable piece of information is that Nightwolf has a fair number of mortal skins, as well as revenant skins in Mortal Kombat 11.
It's worth mentioning that, during the build-up to his introduction in Mortal Kombat 11, many were wondering if Nightwolf would be considered mortal or a revenant. After all, his teaser images focused on his human skins, whereas Sindel — a forthcoming DLC character to which Nightwolf's personal story is connected — was shown as a revenant. Now, it's clear that it's the middle road and, arguably, the best of both worlds.
After looking at the various cosmetics, the video then goes off to showcase some other major Mortal Kombat 11 components, namely Nightwolf's intro and victory cinematics. Everything seems to be on par with many Nightwolf expectations, and hopefully, it'll remain the same when he releases. It's uncertain at this point how Nightwolf will change up the meta or how popular of a main he is.
Moving forward, many are likely hoping that the information and release droughts between characters will decrease, as many are excited for the release of Sindel, Spawn, and the other two unidentified characters. Mortal Kombat 11 recently confirmed a Kombat Pack trailer drops August 21, not long after Nightwolf's official release, which should hopefully clear the air on that matter.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One, with a Stadia version in development.