Mortal Kombat creator dreams of the sequel

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale was a fighting game in the style of Super Smash Bros. that allowed to give life to adrenaline-filled battles between some of the most famous icons of the PlayStation world. Released in 2012 on PS3 and PS Vita, the title has never received a sequel and nothing at the moment suggests the possible arrival of a new episode.

Although at the time it received mixed reviews from critics and audiences, many ended up appreciating the work done by the now defunct SuperBot Entertainment and would be happy to play a second chapter. Among these there is also Ed Boon, the creator of Mortal Kombat and a leading figure within NetherRealm Studios, who in a message on Twitter expressed his desire to see the series continue. This is clearly a fan post, which certainly does not mean that the Chicago-based team is working on the hypothetical PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale 2. On the contrary, it seems that NetherRealm is looking for personnel for the development of Mortal Kombat 12. , although at the moment there is no official confirmation to this effect.

Would you like to one day witness the arrival of a new PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, perhaps with a roster that also includes characters at the time still non-existent such as Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn and Jin Sakai from Ghost of Tsushima? Meanwhile, the next PlayStation Showcase is official for September 9, 2021, where the future of Sony video games will be discovered.