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Evidence That Mortal Kombat HD Arcade Kollection is Real

Posted on Wednesday, January 12 @ 08:21:42 PST by

Last fall, a retail listing popped up on GameStop for a Mortal Kombat HD Arcade Kollection. The box art consisted of the arcade cabinets for each of the first 3 entires in the franchise: Mortal Kombat, MK2, and Ultimate MK3. Months went by and nothing was ever announced. New evidence has been discovered that proves the Kollection is in development, and just like the extra character for the Mortal Kombat reboot, it's exclusive to the PlayStation 3.

Freelance 3D artist has posted his work history on his personal website. Among the listed projects, Delmastro lists that he is presently working on the Mortal Kombat HD Arcade Kollection. Near the bottom of the page, the platforms listed for each of his projects are displayed, and under MK HD only PlayStation 3 is list.

Because of the recent news of Kratos being the only console exclusive character to the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot, some might believe that Sony has built a strong relationship with developer NetherRealm Studios to warrant such exclusivity on the HD Kollection, but this is much more likely to have to do with the massive storage capacity of the PS3's disc-based media, Blu-ray Disc.

Other rumors point to the game being not only remastered in HD, but in 3D as well, and the possibility of a demo of the new Mortal Kombat. Either way, this is a great throwback for long-time fans like myself, and a great way to bank on the release of the new Mortal Kombat game, which releases in April.

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