In an interview, Boon has revealed that Mortal Kombat 11 won't be the last of the Franchise. The game, however, will turn 30 this week
Ed Boon, the creator of the popular Mortal Kombat fighting franchise shared more information about the new NetherRealm Studios project on his Twitter profile.

The head of the studio said he understands the anxiety of fans especially with the anniversary of Mortal Kombat, but stated that the announcement will be made in due course.

In an interview with PlayStation Blog, Ed Boon, stated that the 11th game in the series will not be the last. The producer did not offer further details on the upcoming release, but assured the 'kombantes' return in the future.

The conversation took place in honor of the series' 30th anniversary and brought some reflections on its future in video games. Boon said that "obviously" the last game in the series was not developed and this is "the closest I can say without giving away too much."
And so we always have such a wide range of different players, experiences, ages, diversity and backgrounds. So there's never a shortage of new ideas. And while I don't think I can predict them… I'm 100% confident that we'll always be able to deliver something new with each iteration of Mortal Kombat.

According to him, the franchise will be constantly renewed and will push the limits "in relation to certain aspects of the game's design".

Boon also had the opportunity to comment on the movie sequel “Mortal Kombat” (2022) and confirmed that the project is in a “good” state of development.


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