Just because we’ll be seeing new kombatants, however, doesn’t mean that the originals are completely out of the picture.
Mortal Kombat X
That German magazine from last week had the down-low after all: Kano has been revealed as a playable character in Mortal Kombat X, and the Aussie assassin is deadlier than ever before.
The latest Mortal Kombat X trailer has made its way to the Internet, and it showcases the recently revealed Thunder God Raiden and all of his fancy lightning-based tricks.
GamesCom 2014 is coming next week, but it seems the German gaming community is so excited about upcoming announcements that they let one Mortal Kombat X reveal slip a little too soon.
The whole cast of characters for Mortal Kombat X hasn't even been announced yet, but NetherRealm is already hinting at some special guests.
Although it should be no surprise by this point, the addition of Raiden to Mortal Kombat X is still shocking news to us.
These new screenshots give us a closer look at the curvaceous Cassie Cage and the other kombatants of Mortal Kombat X along with its official box art.
With a new generation of consoles now among us, NetherRealm is wasting little time, unleashing Mortal Kombat X at this year’s E3. All I can say is I hope you like blood, because there is a lot of it.
We dug deep through our coverage, and managed to find the ten games worthy of earning a nod as one of E3 2014's Best Games Ever (This Year).
We have a look at who is on the official roster for Mortal Kombat X so far while some concept art suggests the return of a series favorite.