Mortal Kombat Trilogy: Remake Petition Gains 15K Signings, Will Be Pitched to Warner Bros. after Reaching 100K
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Mortal Kombat Trilogy: Remake Petition Gains 15K Signings, Will Be Pitched to Warner Bros. after Reaching 100K

Mortal Kombat Trilogy: Remake Petition Gains 15K Signings, Will Be Pitched to Warner Bros. after Reaching 100K

Mortal Kombat Trilogy: Remake Petition Gains 15K Signings, Will Be Pitched to Warner Bros. after Reaching 100K

Mortal Kombat has done really well in recent times, with the recent Mortal Kombat X releases and Mortal Kombat 11 being praised by critics and sold well, and the live-action movie being adored and loved by fans. So it is not surprising that Warner Bros. would be thrilled to publish a Mortal Kombat Trilogy.

Unfortunately, this is not the case. Eyeballistic has been pitching a Mortal Kombat Trilogy Remake for Warner Bros. for literally years and the studio plans to do so once they reach 100,000 signatures in an entirely new petition that has received a lot of love.

Mortal Kombat Trilogy: Remake Petition Gains 15K Signings, Will Be Pitched to Warner Bros. after Reaching 100K

The petition to Eyeballistic’s Mortal Kombat Trilogy Remake pitch for Warner Bros. and Ed Boon already has 15K signatures. We hope this attracts Boon’s attention.

Joe Treska, Eyeballistic’s Head of Marketing, released some footage from the Mortal Kombat Trilogy remake to show his appreciation. It shows the HD character models and plans to remake all characters, stages, music, and other elements to appeal to modern gamers.

This excellent retrospective by Matt McMuscles from YouTube shows the history of Eyeballistic’s Mortal Kombat Trilogy remake. It includes some of the pitches Eyeballistic made in the past as well as how Ed Boon (and other executives) first expressed interest in the project.

It would be wonderful to see a remake of the classic Mortal Kombat titles on modern consoles. This is especially important considering that Mortal Kombat 11 was a celebration of the entire franchise.

Warner Bros. may approve Eyeballistic’s Mortal Kombat Trilogy Reveal. The devs plan to release the games on Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series for $39.99. This sounds like a great deal.

Mortal Kombat Trilogy: Remake Petition Gains 15K Signings, Will Be Pitched to Warner Bros. after Reaching 100K
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