Mortal Kombat came out thirty years ago – the first part of the cult fighting game appeared on arcade machines on October 8, 1992. In honor of the round date NetherRealm Studios turned back and released a nostalgic video.
For so many years Mortal Kombat has grown into a major franchise that has more than twenty games, several films and animation projects, and also includes comics, novels and even a theatrical production.
The developers addressed the fans with the following message:
On behalf of the whole team NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros. Games thank you to our fans who supported Mortal Kombat over the past thirty years. Looking back over three decades of the series’ history, we see that the passion and admiration of our fans is the foundation that makes Mortal Kombat what it is today.
Developers will fully devote themselves to the celebration of the anniversary of the series and are not preparing any announcements. warned about this in advance. Ed Boon (Ed Boon), one of the creators of the franchise. However, hints of a sequel Mortal Kombat have already appeared.