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Mortal Kombat 12 teased by developer

In what appears to be a staged leak, NetherRealm Studios teased the inevitable Mortal Kombat 12.

A now-deleted tweet by senior production manager Jonathan Andersen shows some of the artwork lying on his desk, deliberately arranged to display a tiny bit on his screen. . Zooming in on the screen shows a reference to Mortal Kombat 12 along with an email showing how fans of the franchise are “eagerly tracing any trace on the Internet”.

When to expect Mortal Kombat 12

As soon as fans realized that Andersen’s photo was staged, he liked a tweet suggesting that this was not a prank, but a prank aimed at eagerness. Mortal Kombat fan. But let’s face it, Mortal Kombat 12 is all, but confirmed. It’s just a matter of when.

If NetherRealm’s release pattern is anything to go by, Mortal Kombat 12 will be revealed this year and it could release around 2023. But this is just speculation and Covid has messed up the release schedule so nothing is certain.

What about injustice?

All of this raises questions about Unjustof release. The last thing we heard about the franchise was a rumor claiming that NetherRealm was prioritizing the release of Mortal Kombat 12 end Unjust amid uncertainty surrounding its future.

For those who haven’t started, reports surfaced last year that Warner Bros. looking to offload NetherRealm and LEGO Developer TT Games. According to insider and journalist Jeff Grubb, Mortal Kombat 12 considered a safer bet Unjust because it is a money maker and will not have licensing issues if NetherRealm is sold. Warner Bros. denied these reports and we have had no news since.

In other news, Forbidden Horizon in the West The gold has finally hit, and Guerrilla Games showed off some PS4 Pro footage to celebrate. Elsewhere, Ubisoft is shutting down its long-forgotten battle royale Hyper Scape because people don’t actually play it.

[Source: ResetEra]

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Emma Bowman

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