A well-known leaker has revealed the details of the upcoming full reboot version of Mortal Kombat ahead of the official announcement.
Leaker Billbil-kun has recently revealed new details about the supposedly upcoming new Mortal Kombat title, which is suspected to be a full reboot of the franchise. According to the leaker, MK1 Full Reboot will be released on new-gen consoles, PC, and surprisingly on Nintendo Switch.
The leaker also revealed prices and editions. The Standard Edition will cost $69.99 on PlayStation and Xbox consoles and $59.99 on Nintendo Switch. Premium Edition will be priced at $109.99 and the Kollector’s Edition is at $249.99 for PlayStation and Xbox.
Kollector’s Edition will only be physical and will not have a Nintendo Switch version.
Currently, no other details have been shared by the leaker, but they did say that more information will be revealed in the upcoming announcement.
Yesterday, Ed Boon dropped a new hint on his Twitter account revealing a clock that skipped the 12th hour and went to 1 o’clock. It hinted that the next Mortal Kombat title will not be called MK12, but instead, it will go back to Mortal Kombat 1 or a full reboot of the whole series.