Looks like more content is on the way for MK 11. Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath is releasing later this month, bringing new features, new single player content, and new characters. The trailer is above, and you can see details on what’s coming below. Spoiler Alert: The above takes place after the end of MK 11’s story mode, so if you haven’t completed it yet, you might want to do so now before going any further.

Aftermath features all new story content taking place after the end of MK11. Just before using the hourglass to reshape the timeline, Shang Tsung comes forward with a dire warning. The game’s story seems to center around the DLC characters, such as Shang, Nightwolf, and Sindel. There are also three new characters coming, Fujin, Sheeva, and Robocop. Fujin is Raiden’s fellow elder god who made his debut in Mortal Kombat 4, although the last time he’s been playable in a fighting game was 2006’s Mortal Kombat Armageddon. Sheeva, the female Shokan, made her debut in Mortal Kombat 3. The last time she was playable in a Mortal Kombat Game was the 2011 Mortal Kombat reboot, although she does make an appearance in MK11’s story. Peter Weller returns to lend his voice and likeness to Mortal Kombat, and players will make use of his pistol, flamethrower, and other weapons. Of course players will want to put him against Terminator for the long awaited rematch to their original encounter back in 1993.

All Kidding aside, the expansion will cost $49.99 for those who only have the base game and will include the Kombat Pack, which has all the dlc characters released so far. For those who do have the Kombat Pack, it will only cost $39.99 for the new content. Finally, if you haven’t already got MK11, you can shell out $59.99 for Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath Edition, a complete package which contains the base game, the Kombat pack, and the new content. In the meantime, here’s some additional footage from the story to tide you over.

Along with the new characters and story content, Aftermath will be releasing alongside a free content update that includes the return of friendships and stage fatalities, along with two classic stages, the Dead Pool and the Soul Chamber. Despite some excessive monetization and live service elements, MK11 is an excellent game, especially if you’re a fan of the franchise. More MK11 can only be a good thing, and this is only 3 weeks away.