Massive network website, Examiner has recently reported that a Mortal Kombat: Game of the Year Edition has been listed by retail giant Amazon on their France website.

Whilst details are scarce of it's contents, it could be speculated that it will be packaged with all the released DLC including Freddy KruegerSkarletKenshiRain and the additional character skins which were released as compatibility packs. The alledged GOTY Edition is currently listed for release on  February 28th 2012 for European territories and carries a price tag of €39.99 Euros (Approximately $53.49 US Dollars) available on both Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

Update:  Amazon France has since removed this title from their database, potentially sparking the possiblity that this GOTY Edition is real and that they have leaked it's presence early similar to what happened with the Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection. We will have more details on this exciting prospect once and if they become available.

Meanwhile, Netherrealm Studios Creative Director, Ed Boon has recently been tweeting about the long-awaited upcoming patch for the digitallly released  Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection. Whilst not confirming a concrete date for the patches release or specifics of it's contents. Below are the tweets taken directly from Ed Boon's Twitter Account.

"RT @colephelps247 So can we expect a MKAK patch this week? Noobde: No sorry. Latest I've heard is around Dec 6. I will dig around some more."

"RT @colephelps247 @noobde What happened to tanksgiving day release, why dec 6th? Noobde: Testing, submitting & approvals is a LONG process."

For those who are transitioning into the realm of digitally released video games, Mortal Kombat 2011 was released on Xbox Live's Games On Demand service. Weighing in as a 6.78GB download, it carries a price tag of $59.99 US Dollars and also comes with a Kombat Pass enabling you to play the game online. For the full details surrounding it's release on Games On Demand check out the games page at Mortal Kombat - Xbox Marketplace.