"It's time for Street Fighter and other great fighting games to be in the sun!" says NetherRealm Studios' chief creative officer Ed Boon.
A prominent Mortal Kombat leaker seems to be suggesting that Reiko will return as a fighter in the series' next instalment, which is rumoured to be in development.
Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon has said that revealing anything about NetherRealm's next project might land him in a lot of trouble.
NetherRealm's Jonathan Andersen recently tweeted out (and promptly deleted) an image that's most likely a deliberate tease rather than an accidental leak.
Even if they weren't always the focus like Liu Kang or Shao Kahn, these characters still had some good moments throughout the series.
WB Games says that contrary to recent reports, the studios behind the likes of Mortal Kombat and the LEGO games are not going to be sold off.
It's also the biggest R-rated release since last March.
And you can watch it now.
One of the key figures for both games will be at the event.
I bet the cool factor is the biggest factor.
"It’d be like being part of the gang and all that stuff," says the Mortal Kombat co-creator.
Gaming icons, through the ages.
Spoilt for choice here.
Could the remastered collection live?
"Gaze long into the abyss and the abyss also gazes into you" has never been truer for these characters.
I'm sorry, I can't save the world right now, I have to fail this QTE on purpose.
Sued for all the wrong reasons.
Cracking the code.
The bloody game series gets a new shot on the big screen.
From the lowest of lows to the bloodiest of highs - see how all the main titles stack up in retrospect.