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Mortal Kombat Dave has talked about Remasters of old games

While Mortal Kombat 11 and the recent Terminator DLC are currently being enjoyed by many Mortal Kombat fans

While Mortal Kombat 11 and the recent Terminator DLC are currently being enjoyed by many Mortal Kombat fans, many players are still sticking to the experience of favorite players for years. 
To provide some hope for these fans, Ed Bone, founder of Mortal Kombat, talked about the theme of reshaping the games in a Q& A at the Brazil Game Show.
Many past Mortal Kombat games occupy a special place in the hearts of fans for a long time. These games include titles like Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks, among others, that will make many of these fans incredibly happy.

The developer of Mortal Kombat NetherRealm “talked about reshaping some old games, you know that Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks was one of the games that you were asked to make a remake and Vienna is thinking about it,” Bonn said at the Brazil Game Show. 

Bonn explained that there is nothing to be announced at the moment, so fans should not raise their hopes.

Boon's latest illustration suggests that "Boon" acquired a "big surprise" in 2020 that has nothing to do with the Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks symbol, at least. 

However, the surprise is more obscure than that, because it is unclear whether the surprise is necessarily linked to the evil Mortal Kombat.
For unaware players, Mortal Kombat Shaolin Monks was released in 2005 on Xbox and PlayStation 2 devices for mostly good reception. However, the game is different from its numbered counterparts, as it gives up the "traditional individual fighting game" style of the series of outstanding mechanics in preparing an action-adventure. 

While traditional Mortal Kombat games have achieved tremendous success, as evidenced by the prediction of Mortal Kombat 11 as one of the best-selling games of 2019, Shaolin Monks continues to hold a popular place among fans of the series.
It is still interesting to think of the surprise of 2020 that Ed Boon bothered. If it's not necessarily related to Mortal Kombat, or whether it's about remasters, it might be possible for NetherRealm to introduce an entirely new property. 

It will be interesting to see the developer tread area away from the world of fighting games after all.

Mortal Kombat is available 11 currently on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 devices, and Nintendo Switch and PC.

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