‘Mortal Kombat’ RPG Game Announced For Mobile

Too bad it isn’t Shaolin Monks.

Currently celebrating the franchise’s 30th anniversary, Warner Bros. has announced a brand new Mortal Kombat game. The catch? It’s not the follow-up to Mortal Kombat 11 nor is it a sequel to the cult-classic Shaolin Monks but, rather, a new “collection RPG” for mobile called Mortal Kombat: Onslaught.

Warner Bros. Games today announced Mortal Kombat: Onslaught, a new collection role-playing game (RPG) launching globally in 2023 for mobile devices. Developed and co-published by award-winning NetherRealm Studios, Mortal Kombat: Onslaught will feature the first mobile-exclusive cinematic story experience for the franchise, where players must build a team of fighters from a vast roster of characters – and unleash them in massive real-time group battles to stop a dark and dangerous threat from wreaking havoc across the realms.

The franchise’s expansion to mobile doesn’t come as a surprise as Mortal Kombat Mobile continues to break records on every app store. Sadly, the announcement does come at the expense of disappointment as fans impatiently wait for the next-gen installment of the franchise. Many expected the latest fighting game to be announced at the cusp of the 30th anniversary but no announcement has been made. The good news is all signs point to an announcement in this year’s Game Awards, where all previous Mortal Kombat games were unveiled.

Source: Polygon

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