Many folks have been following Mortal Kombat 11, and it is indeed one wild story. There is a lot of stuff going on here, and if you are wise and don't care about wasting time on another garden variety fighting game, then you can follow the entire story on YouTube through a series of videos like a normal human being. But as it turns out, there is a whole lot of other stuff going on here with the game and all the rest. The kind of stuff you can find within the game universe is going to receive a big boost for lots of hard dollar bills. That's right. There is a whole new DLC coming to the gaming world and all of that stuff. \n \nWhat exactly are we talking about here? Well, it is a game of incredible proportions known to only a select few, and it comes with some crazy and wild perks for those players who are willing to go all out and get their hands on the game and all of the rest of it. So, if you believe yourself to be one of those people we call a megafan, then go ahead and keep on reading the text shown below to find out more about this crazy and wild game. \n \nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/VEUrIoCHMew \n \nWell, as it turns out, these people have created a new game known as Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, and the whole point of the game is to explain the new narrative of the series after the events of Mortal Kombat 11. And to help sell the DLC, the developers are including a new guy named Robocop. Maybe you have heard of him before. He is from a movie called Robocop, and there is a lot of stuff going on there I guess. \n \nBut in reality, Robocop sucked, and we all know it. While we all might want to play Robocop to see what exactly is going on and check out those final moves, is it really worth the $60 or whatever just to play out something that has been done hundreds of times before just to see what is up with the finale. \n \nProbably not. Because at the end of the day it is all about the grift. \n \nThis latest expansion costs $40 or $50 with the Mortal Kombat season pass. If you want to buy the expansion in addition to the whole game, it will cost $60 altogether, and this is a real pretty penny if you think about. It is just a lot of money and all of the rest.