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[Console Games] Either Mortal Kombat 12 or Injustice 3 will be announced.. Does the director confirm this?


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Director Ed Boone went out again on his account via the social networking platform Twitter to provoke his followers through another controversial hint, as he vaguely chose between Mortal Kombat 12 or Injustice 3 without explaining the reason behind this tweet.




Ed Boon has been very active lately, especially on his official Twitter account. First, he let the players ask him what they wanted and promised them a full answer. One of them cut the doubt with certainty and directed his question directly about the next Neather Realm studio project. The director's answer was very frank, saying that it could be Mortal Kombat 12 or Injustice 3. But at the same time, it does not deny the existence of a different project.

It is noteworthy that the studio's last project was the eleventh part of the Mortal Kombat series, which was released in 2019. This may prompt players to confirm the release of Injustice 3 as a future project for the studio instead of MK12.

I3 or MK12

— Ed Boon (@noobde) November 20, 2022

Unfortunately, until now, there is no confirmed information about when the next studio project will be announced. However, the latest rumors from several sources suggested that an advertisement would appear at the upcoming The Game Awards 2022 event.

In a previous post, a player on Reddit picked up the words of another leaker through a forum. Where he said that the character Reiko will appear in the next part of the MK series again after his last appearance in the fourth main part. He also said the phrase “see you next year” in reference to the fact that we may see the game released next year, or even it may be revealed or announced in the aforementioned year.






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