After receiving the approval of Ed Boon since 2016, the developers of Eyeballistic Games continue to cultivate the dream of realizing a remake of Mortal Kombat Trilogy, the beating band originally published in 1996 that allowed to use the
The rights to Mortal Kombat’s franchise remain firmly in the hands of Warner Bros. Interactive, and the publisher expressed his concerns about the potential commercial success of the project: according to his forecasts, a re-making of the hitting-and-run
Despite WB Games’ pessimism, which has not said it is willing to invest in the project, Eyeballistic has continued to work, until it proposes the proof-of-concept that you can observe at this address. The study also decided to move to the Unreal Engine 5 to make the game even more up to date, and to show that a host of fierce fans would warmly welcome its arrival on the market launched an online petition. At the moment we have more than 15,000 supporters of the remake of Mortal Kombat Trilogy and, depending on how the number grows, it could be an incentive for WB Games and its possible involvement.
Eyeballistic was extremely specific in its intentions: it wants to sell the remake of Mortal Kombat Trilogy on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC at the price of $39.99, The goal is to convince Warner Bros. with the petition once he has collected 100,000 signatures, and then rely on crowdfunding to further fund the project.
We take the opportunity to remind you that in December Mortal Kombat 11 added to the Xbox Game Pass catalogue.