Mortal Kombat 11 was released a couple of years ago, and even if it didn’t become the franchise’s best game, there was no complaint about its contents: It’s got Kombat Packs with plenty of classic and familiar movie heroes, its Aftermath addon released, and the story of MK 11 summed up in The Ultimate Edition, which includes all the major DLCs, is also available on next-generation consoles. Even if it didn’t become the best game in Mortal Kombat history, Part 11 was a huge success: it was so big that it set a franchise record.
Statement from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Source: IGN), Mortal Kombat has sold over 12 million units worldwide since its launch. With this said, Part 11 has clearly become the best-selling Mortal Kombat game, and with over 12 million, the series has surpassed 73 million units sold in terms of desktop game versions. The 2015 Mortal Kombat Mobile game was even more successful: the game was installed 138 million times worldwide. “We can be proud of the most passionate fans in the world and appreciate the support we have received over the years. [a játékosok]Happy Ed Boon, developer of NetherRealm, and father of the series have great results.
Mortal Kombat 11 was originally released in 2019 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, then received an add-on in 2020 and debuted on next-gen consoles at the time and NetherRealm is already working on their new project, which cannot be known. Nothing about it yet, but we’re hoping for Injustice 3 when the Injustice animated movie arrives. Oh, and no, there is no sales line in the development studio, and Warner has refuted these rumors.