Warner Bros. Interactive has confirmed that NetherRealm's 2011 fighting game Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition is coming to the PC. The pack will include the base game and every piece of DLC. MK Komplete will be released digitally first, with Steam receiving the game on July 3, followed by a boxed version on August 6.
Netherrealm and WBIE proudly stride into Capcom territory—y'know, trying to sell you a game you already own—with the already announced Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition. Hrm.
Mortal Kombat made a bloody and triumphant return to consoles last year, giving gamers updated versions of classic Kombatants like Sub-Zero and Johnny Cage and an all-new engine that offered more depth than ever before. The game also mined the fighting franchise's long history to offer a drip-feed of DLC that rolled…