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Mortal Kombat Creator reveals how a fan rumor turned into an actual death

In the early days of the Mortal Kombat series, there were persistent rumors about secret characters and hidden deaths that were proven to be untrue. In the days before the Internet, rumors were easy to spread through word of mouth, and harder for developers to widely debunk. However, it appears that at least one of those rumors inspired Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon to make it a reality. special one Mortal Kombat II Rumors indicated that players could throw an opponent into the mouth of a tree in the Living Jungle stage. According to Boone, the team eventually decided to make it something that could be done in it Mortal Kombat 9!

Boon’s tweet about the death, and a video of it from Mortal Kombat 9can be found in the tweet embedded below.

It’s interesting to think about how much things have changed since the early days of the Mortal Kombat franchise. These days, fans have a lot more freedom to relate to people like Boon, and maybe even shape the future of the series! Just a few days ago, Boone asked fans which mod they would like to see return in a future game. The survey does not necessarily imply that any of these conditions will emerge Mortal Kombat 12but it’s possible that Boon and the rest of the team at NetherRealm will take that into account at some point down the line.

Unfortunately, there is no actual information about it Mortal Kombat 12, this dimension. The game was announced back in February during Warner Bros. Discovery’s earnings call, which was likely much earlier than NetherRealm Studios had planned. At this time, it’s impossible to say how far the game might go, or when we might see it. For now, fans will have to enjoy the current games, and let Boon know what they’d like to see; This might just happen, at one point or another!

Have you heard this rumor before in the early days of Mortal Kombat? Were you surprised when the team decided to make this a reality? Tell us in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter at @employee To talk about all things gaming!

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