For those who pre-ordered Premium & Kollector's Editions of Mortal Kombat 1 -- the game is finally about to begin! Online play might not be quite as robust as you're hoping though, especially if friends are on a different console. NetherRealm Studios offered a promising update regarding the state of play. Read on for details:
Mortal Kombat (2011) was rebooted last month thanks to its inclusion in Xbox Backwards Compatibility support, but with this revival came some unexpected problems accessing the full array of in-game content. WB Games Support was quick to issue a solution and if you're still having problems - read on:
Fans of the very recently retro have something to cheer about with the long awaited return of the Xbox Backwards Compatibility program. Two MK titles from the 360 line-up have been added in the Xbox 20th Anniversary update, led by the Mortal Kombat reboot, which itself marked its 10th anniversary in April.
There's a new way to play Mortal Kombat 11 and it's in a league of its own! Mortal Kombat Online will take the next step toward revolutionizing online kommunity play when Fight Klub launches an open public beta starting Christmas Day! Watch the trailer to find out how you can join the klub:
Mortal Kombat 11 Krossplay will become "Kross Generation" when the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles welcome Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate next week! NetherRealm Studios confirmed the update to online play with a social media post, also addressing confusion caused by a WB Games post. Full story:
Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate will be free to upgrade to next gen consoles for players who purchase on PlayStation and Xbox, but those aren't the only consoles with crossover appeal. An update by Warner Brothers' Spanish language branch has promoted cross-platform online for the four major platforms! Full story:
Not a hoax! Not a dream! If you already own Mortal Kombat 11 for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One - you'll be able to download a free "upgrade" for next generation consoles later this month! A combination of disbelief and ambiguous language has led some fans to overlook, or misunderstand, the incredible offer! Read on for details:
Legend has it "Rule Number Six" is 'don't take yourself so damned seriously', but Ed Boon is getting very serious with his latest Mortal Kombat 11 clue! This time Dr. Boon is prescribing a cryptic number teaser that's got everyone figuring their favourite cult character -- but what does it all mean? Read on for more details and theories: