A new day is dawning in Mortal Kombat 1 and in this new reality choice will be yours. The choice to enjoy the game digitally with a basic launch -- or in early access, maxed out with all the trimmings as part of a blockbuster new Kollector's Edition! Read on for a preview of the bonuses on offer:
The first demo for Mortal Kombat 11 was available at both the Los Angeles and London Reveal events, and Mortal Kombat Online staff were excited to get hands-on at both locales!
When Warner Bros. revealed their Mortal Kombat: Kollector's Edition back in 2011 - it was a revelation. Stuffed with extras; the various packaged specials helped make Mortal Kombat the highest selling installment in franchise history!
Fans clearly remember it fondly.
With the announcement of Mortal Kombat X: Kollector's Edition - one key omission from the extras line-up has sparked a groundswell for change from within the fan kommunity - and beyond it.
Mortal Kombat Online has learned from reliable sources that various project artists were disappointed their work would not be immortalized in print for the current project. This echoes a chorus of cries from vocal fans - eager to hold a physical record beyond in-game and online images.
When asked by a fan about prospects of a book, long time Moral Kombat Designer John Vogel noted: "... it would be a shame if there wasn't one".
The Art of Mortal Kombat collector's book set a simple but effective benchmark, taking players deep inside the creative process by showcasing the work of various NetherRealm Studios conceptual artists.
Across the many fighting games - Mortal Kombat has demanded some of the most aggressive design revamps of any series. Despite the iconic status of many of its characters, few remain visually similar, undergoing sometimes radical aesthetic changes from game to game. This adds even greater value to the visual record published in art book form, capturing a snapshot in the evolution of the various fighters. It's a quality many fans of the series respond to - and something Mortal Kombat Online can also get behind.
"Gold Scorpion" is a key attraction of the Mortal Kombat X: Kollector's Edition, introducing a whole new aesthetic to the klassic ninja design. Bringing this slick, minimalist approach to the iconic series mascot is Coarse - a German duo known for the world their unique style has created. Go behind the scenes on their Mortal Kombat kollaboration to learn more:
Mortal Kombat X is mere months away, and fans eager to upgrade their pre-order to special editions can now do so!
The Kollector's Edition leads with a stunning new vision of Scorpion created by Coarse, both in sculpted and digital formats! The ultimate extras include more skins, klassic kombatants and the lurking promise of "iconic" guest characters. Full details for the April 14 specials below: