Warner Bros. Games recently announced that they have been working on a new collection RPG for mobile devices, known as Mortal Kombat: Onslaught, in collaboration with NetherRealm Studios. The title will feature a cinematic story experience for the first time on mobile devices and will arrive in 2023. Players will need to construct a team of fighters from a large cast and unleash them in real-time group battles to prevent the threat from creating mayhem throughout the realms.

Warner Bros. Games Announces A New RPG Called Mortal Kombat: Onslaught

Mortal Kombat: Onslaught will feature an exclusive story and console-quality cinematics

Mortal Kombat Mobile was introduced to mobile devices in 2015 and has had over 150 million downloads globally. The title falls within one of the top five most downloaded fighting games for Android and iOS devices with Onslaught being the newest addition to the Mortal Kombat franchise for mobile devices. Mortal Kombat also has its 30th anniversary this month, celebrating a notable milestone with players loving the franchise worldwide.

Warner Bros. Games Announces A New RPG Called Mortal Kombat: Onslaught

“Mortal Kombat is a legendary franchise and pop culture phenomenon, and it continues to engage players and advance the fighting genre across multiple platforms. Mortal Kombat: Onslaught is a testament to why Mortal Kombat has been a top gaming franchise for over 30 years, as the NetherRealm team continues to innovate and bring new gameplay to fans. – David Haddad (President at Warner Bros. Games)

The Chief Creative Officer at NetherRealm Studios, Ed Boon, added that they would be pushing the boundaries of Mortal Kombat so that players can experience the franchise further while staying to their core fundamentals. With Onslaught, the developers are trying to bring characters from the Mortal Kombat universe in a strategic team-based collection RPG, making it fun and exciting for existing and new players. Interested players can get more information on the title from their official website.