A new Mortal Kombat retro collection has been rated by the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) board, Gematsu has reported. Although the rating does not currently appear on the PEGI website, Gematsu took a screenshot of the listing while it was still up.
The game, Mortal Kombat Kollection Online, is listed as a remake of the first three games in the series.
It earned an 18 rating, making it unsuitable for children, and promised “upgraded art, gameplay, and online features.”
This collection was rumored to have been in development, and then cancelled, in 2018. Back then, Blind Squirrel Entertainment–which previously worked on Bioshock: The Collection and helped with the console version of Prey–was reportedly attached.
The series is now up to Mortal Kombat 11, which earned a 9/10 in our review. Warner Bros. Entertainment has not actually officially announced this collection (or Kollection), so we don’t have confirmation that the game will actually release yet, but a PEGI rating suggests that it is likely coming.
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