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The Next Mortal Kombat Game’s Title, Platforms And Editions Have Leaked

Uncaged.

After being teased in small ways over the last few days from official channels, it seems like the title and first release information around the next Mortal Kombat instalment have leaked thanks to the ever-accurate “billbil-kun” on Twitter.

Old mate billbil has revealed that the game will, in fact, be called “Mortal Kombat 1” which syncs with the teases that have so far pointed at some kind of reboot or reset (or even a remake? Who knows what to call these things any more).

Also revealed are the platforms the game will launch on, which are PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC and (interestingly given the lack of last-gen consoles) the Switch. There will apparently be a Standard, Premium and Kollector’s Edition available priced from $70 USD up to a crisp $250 USD.

Given the sanctioned teases and now this leaked drop of info an announcement is surely imminent.

The tweet with the leaked info reads:

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“EXCLUSIVE

UPCOMING RELEASE

Next Mortal Kombat game from NetherRealm Studios / WB Games will be called: Mortal Kombat 1

PC, PS5, Xbox Series S|X, Nintendo Switch Standard: 69.99$ (PS5, XB) / 59.99$ (SW)

Premium: 109.99$

Kollector’s: 249.99$ (PS5, XB)

As you may notice, game will be available for Next-Gen consoles only (while including Nintendo Switch)

Comes in 3 editions: – Standard – Premium – Kollector’s Edition (Physical only, not available for Nintendo Switch)

Announcement should be close”

The most recent official hint at the future of the Mortal Kombat series appeared online just this morning, and it added more fuel to the fan theory that this next game would be something of a reboot for the franchise. Now with the hindsight of billbil-kun’s massive leak, it’s all even more plainly obvious. The video, which you can see below, shows the second hand of a clock ticking up to the number 12 before it violently skips it and jumps over to the 1, instead: