According to reports from Gematsu, a new retro collection by Mortal Kombat was classified by the commission Pan European Game Information (PEGI). Although the evaluation does not currently appear on the PEGI websiteGematsu took a screenshot of the card while it was still active.

The game, Mortal Kombat Kollection Online, is listed as a remake of the first three games in the series. He scored 18, making it unsuitable for children and will have it "Updated graphics, gameplay and online features."

The development of the title has been quite troubled. In 2018 the project entrusted to Blind Squirrel Entertainment, was canceled by Warner Bros, who justified the choice by saying that he could never entrust such an important project to a studio that had never made a game in its entirety.

Warner Bros. Entertainment has not actually officially announced this collection (or Kollection), so we have no confirmation that it will actually be released. A PEGI assessment suggests, however, that the title is probably still in development.