Tag Team battles, which were last featured in 2011's Mortal Kombat, might be making a return to the series with the upcoming reboot.
NetherRealm's "reborn" universe means that almost anyone can come back. Here are 15 legendary Kombatants we'd like to see return.
Mortal Kombat boss Ed Boon will take the stage at Summer Game Fest on June 8 for a gameplay reveal of the series' upcoming reboot.
Following the events of Mortal Kombat 11, Mortal Kombat 1 is set in a brand-new universe. Find out what the reveal trailer could mean, story-wise.
WB Games has announced that the beloved fighting franchise has sold over 80 million units since its debut over 30 years ago.
Mortal Kombat is back and starting with a clean slate. Here's what you need to know about the fighter before it releases on September 19th.
Series co-creator Ed Boon says, "This is Mortal Kombat 1. It's a new beginning," and characters will be "re-introduced with new roles."
Developed by QLOC, the PC version's minimum and recommended requirements are forgiving, though the resolution and frame rate is unknown.
Returning fighters seemingly include Quan Chi, Ermac and Takeda, while the previously rumored Peacemaker and Homelander are also present.
The Story Mode will feature a new narrative with "unexpected twists on classic rivalries and original backstories" for its cast.
The Standard Edition retails for $69.99, while the Premium Edition is $109.99 with five days early access and six new characters post-launch.
Pre-orders for the fighting game go live on May 19th at 10 AM PST and include beta access and Shang Tsung as a playable character.
NetherRealm Studios confirms the next Mortal Kombat game will be unveiled tomorrow, with a leaker claim it'll probably be with a CG trailer.
On the back of plenty of teases and leaks, Mortal Kombat boss Ed Boon seems to be hinting at an imminent announcement.
In addition to the previously-rumoured Pacemaker and Homelander, the fighting title could also feature Conan the Barbarian as a DLC character.
The fighter seems to be a reboot of the franchise, and could be announced at the rumoured upcoming PlayStation Showcase.
The game will allegedly be available for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Nintendo Switch, and will retail for $70 on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S.
A clock ticks to "12" in the clip before an explosion causes it to skip to "1," perhaps hinting at a clean slate for the series.
Journalist Jez Corden seems to be hinting that DC's Peacemaker will feature in the upcoming fighter, and that he might be joined by The Boys' Homelander.
WB Games confirmed earlier this year that the next instalment in the fighting franchise would launch sometime in 2023.