Mortal Kombat Trilogy 4K Images Prove The Classic Games Need A Remake
A talented Mortal Kombat fan rendered some images from the first three games at stunning 4K resolution. With its legendary roster of combatants and gory Fatality ending moves, Mortal Kombat changed the face of fighting games. These features enabled Night Trap to create the ESRB rating system. The Mortal Kombat II and 1995’s Mortal Kombat 3 would build on Midway’s overnight success. All three games were eventually re-released as Mortal Kombat Trilogy for the original PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and PC in 1996.
Fans are still nostalgic about the Mortal Kombat Trilogy, even though recent installments such as 2019’s Mortal Kombat11 have received near-universal acclaim. Developer NetherRealm Studios has been asked to remake some Mortal Kombatgames on modern hardware. Series creator Ed Boon surveyed fans via social media about remasters classic installments such as Mortal Kombat. Shaolin Monks. A few Mortal Kombatfans created impressively yet unofficial remasters of themselves. This included a recreation of Mortal Kombat 4’s ending.
Reddit user reaperSKD posted an assortment of Mortal Kombat Trilogyimages in stunning 4K resolution earlier today. There are character models for Sub-Zero, Cyrax, screenshots of Scorpion, Rain, and Liu Kang, and a loading screen that shows Sub-Zero’s upcoming match with Ermac. These enhanced graphical capabilities make the character models more appealing and bring the classic designs closer to the visual style of later games.
Fans have naturally turned their attention to the future of the long-running fighting series since NetherRealm ended support for Mortal Kombat 11 in July. Rumors suggest that NetherRealm has already begun work on the Mortal Kombat 12. Players are already suggesting guest fighters, such as WWE legends Mick Foley or Kane. The roster for Mortal Kombat 13 is likely to be vastly different from the one in Mortal Kombat 11. due to the events that took place in Mortal Kombat 2_ DLC.
The Mortal Kombatfranchise is a huge success. A remaster would be a great prospect for long-time fans. reaperSKD’s 4K renderings are a strong proof of concept whether NetherRealm Studios decides or not to re-release Mortal Kombat Trilogy, the recent wave of rumors surrounding Mortal Kombat12indicates that this groundbreaking fighting game franchise won’t be going away any more time soon.