Mortal Kombat Trilogy, which came out in 1996, has always been one of the most popular games in the franchise, and if things go well, we could be getting a 4k remaster of the iconic title. An indie studio, Eyeballistic, has claimed that it would love to give MK Trilogy the remaster treatment. Only one thing stands in their way— Warner Bros.
According to the studio, they already have the game's co-creator, Ed Boon, on board with the idea. However, it seems Warner Bros is unconvinced that the game will sell enough copies to make the investment worth it. To prove them wrong, Eyeballistic has created a Change.org petition to get the game some support from fans and so far have over 4,500 signatures.
In the petition, the game development group claimed that back in 2016, when they were simply a group of fans of MK, they had already gotten the support of Boon to give Mortal Kombat an HD remaster; now, they are much bigger and have set their ambitions higher as they aim to create the game using Unreal Engine 5.