The Blind Squirrel Games studio was developing it, and like the rest of the projects, it never came out.
The project of remastering the trilogy of Mortal Kombat should bring Netherrealm and Ed Boon upside down. There are many different attempts that have been made to bring back the original recreational games for the current generation of players, but the projects always end up failing. The last unfinished project discovered is Blind Squirrel Games, which tried to adapt the original trilogy to current systems without success.
It has been found by the Dark Side of Gaming portal, which has been able to give and preserve some images of the game menus in Art Station. It was going to be called Mortal Kombat Kollection Online and, presumably, it was going to include the first three instalments of the series with online features to challenge players from around the world. He was going to include his own Kontest mode and an experience system that would reward our skill at the controls of the game with points and levels.
What ended the game? It’s a mystery. Kollection Online joins the failed Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection HD and the meritorious Mortal Kombat HD that Warner Bros. did not want to realize a few years ago. Will Ed Boon come to realize his desire to ” talk about Mortal Kombat HD ” at some point? It seems that the project frustrates the Netherrealm artist and creator of the series, who is not able to find the best allies to give the tribute that the series deserves.
Although they have no luck with the past, luckily, it’s a good time to look at the immediate future of the series: Mortal Kombat 11, which will hit stores on April 23 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.