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MKP Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition Update 2020 is available for download

MKA has released the Definitive Edition of Mortal Kombat Project Revitalized 2. According to the modder, Definitive Edition Update 2020 is an update for R2DE and is planned to be the last update for Revitalized 2 as a whole.

In case you weren’t aware of, Revitalized 2 is a glorified compilation edit of the Mortal Kombat Project Season 2 Final engine by Borg117 and the MKP Update Team.

MKP Ultimate Revitalized 2.0, which we shared in July 2020, was running on the base Season Two Final Engine. However, Definitive Edition Update 2020 runs on Season Two Final Update 5 Engine. This basically means that it includes a lot of fixes and tweaks that were not present in the previous version. Additionally, it packs new intros, endings, and a new style.

MKP Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition Update 2020 features classic versions of various characters. Furthermore, it packs some new and improved characters like Destiny, Tremor, Stryker and Jataaka.

Needless to say that we highly recommend downloading this free Mortal Kombat game. MKP Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition Update 2020 is by far one of the most impressive free Mugen games out there. It’s also one of the best ways to replay the classic Mortal Kombat games.

You can download MKP Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition Update 2020 via the link in the video’s description.

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MKP Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition Update 2020 (PC) Release with download link

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