It's no secret that Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat have some of the most passionate fan bases in fighting game culture. So, when news gets out about a potential crossover game between the two, it's certain to incite a lot of excitement. Recently, the director of Mortal Kombat expressed his thoughts on the possibility of such a game being created - read on to find out what he had to say!
When asked on Twitter about whether the long-awaited crossover will occur after Mortal Kombat 12, presumed to be Ethereal Studios' next game, Ethereal Studios boss, Ed Benefit, said doubtful. And that's it. Undoubtedly, Advantage hasn't completely closed the door on the crossover, but he also does not appear to be very optimistic about its chances. There have actually certainly been conversations throughout the years about such a crossover, and it seems like those conversations have not gotten really far.
For years battling game fans have asked for various crossover combating video games. While not the most popular demand, there's been plenty of need for a Mortal Kombat x Street Fighter game. If you eliminate Super Smash Bros. from the equation, Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter are the 2 most significant series in the combating video game category, though you might make a case for Taken.
If the crossover does ever take place, it's not going to be anytime quickly with Cap com presently busy with Street Fighter 6 and Ethereal Studios reportedly equally hectic with Mortal Kombat 12. And with the level of assistance both video games will require, if a crossover were to get green lit, it's going to be years away at this point.
For several years combating video game fans have asked for different crossover battling games. While not the most popular request, there's been lots of demand for a Mortal Kombat x Street Fighter game. If you get rid of Super Smash Bros. from the formula, Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter are the 2 most significant series in the fighting video game genre, though you could make a case for Taken. That said, where Mortal Kombat is excessive violent and more mature in its discussion, Street Fighter remains a bit more cartooned and lighter in t1. Simply put, they don't exactly make for the best crossover, which maybe is why one still isn't in the works.
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For the longest time, Street Fighter was the most popular fighting game series in video gaming. This is no longer the case though. That title comes from Super Smash Bros., and now even Mortal Kombat is more popular than Street Fighter. That said, the latter still carries some considerable weight, and a crossover between the 2 would no doubt have the prospective to be incredibly popular.