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News Archive - June 2018

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The Cycle Has Been Broken According to Ed Boon

by Roy Arkon on Jun 14, 2018 :: 0

As you probably noticed by now, E3 this year is almost over, yet there was no sign of any kind to a new Mortal Kombat game from NetherRealm Studios. By the usual pattern, NRS release a new game every two years, with a new game from each franchise, Mortal Kombat and Injustice, every 4 years, which included so both Mortal Kombat 9 (2011) and Mortal Kombat X along with their complete updated iterations, Mortal Kombat (2011): Komplete Edition and Mortal Kombat XL. Yet there is no sign that shows any indication that a new Mortal Kombat is in the works for a release in 2019.

Well, now the reason has been revealed: The cycle of the 2 year pattern has been broken.

MK Co-Creator and had of NRS Ed Boon was interviewed for Giant Bomb along with several other developers, and at the beginning of the interview, Boon officially confirmed that there is indeed nothing in the works from NRS at the moment. The reason for that is NRS, along with Warner Bros Games, have decided to break the cycle, and according to Boon, too many people have been following this pattern. Boon said also that he wish he could've announce something, but there is nothing in the works for now.

You can see the whole interview here:

This marks the first time that the time length between 2 MK games is more then 4 years, which is the longest time yet. That is of course, unless NRS show anything in the very near future and all of this is just one big swerve for a planned shocker.

So yes, there is no new Mortal Kombat game at the moment. We will have to wait and see what will happen and when it will happen. And in the meantime, we can all still enjoy Mortal Kombat XL.

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Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 World Record Speedrun

by Roy Arkon on Jun 1, 2018 :: 2

On August 22, 2016, a YouTuber named Lee Woods had set a World Record Speedrun for Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, which was set at the end for a record of 06:50. It should be noted however that Woods' record was set with the Coin Door trick (a special trick that allows the player to speed up the winning portions of each round, also known for UMK3 in particular as the "Toasty Trick" due to the repeated sounds of the Toasty shouts from Dan Forden done by doing the Trick) and that he also started the timer when he selected the Master Ladder.

However, this past week, another YouTuber who is also a professional Mortal Kombat player, Ryan Neal AKA Ketchup (which is the name he gave himself after the original production code name for Sektor, his favorite character), did the same Speedrun only without the Coin Door trick, and he started the timer when he selected Robo Smoke (the same character that Woods picked) rather then at the moment of selecting the Master Ladder, and he has done that in a record of 07:02.

Enjoy both videos as both awesome players setting the records for each format in UMK3.

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