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Mortal Kombat Project Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition 2020 announced with new trailer

The MKA Team has announced a brand new version of its amazing Mortal Kombat MUGEN game, Mortal Kombat Project Revitalized 2. Mortal Kombat Project Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition 2020 is coming soon, and below you can find a gameplay trailer for it.

Mortal Kombat Project Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition 2020 is a free MUGEN game for the PC. This is one of the best MK MUGEN games we’ve seen so far, and we highly recommend downloading it. And although there isn’t any ETA for this 2020 version, you can download its previous version.

Mortal Kombat Project Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition 2020 will feature new fatalities, characters and stages. It will also pack a number of gameplay tweaks and enhancements. You can witness some of these improvements in the following gameplay trailer.

In my opinion, this free Mortal Kombat MUGEN game is the best way to re-experience the franchise. Okay okay, there is a rumor about a Mortal Kombat HD Kollection and you can find some early screenshots here, but nothing is officially announced yet.

Mortal Kombat Project Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition 2020 really feels like an official 2D Mortal Kombat game. Moreover, it packs a huge roster, multiple fatalities, and one hell of stages. This is a dream come true for all Mortal Kombat fans.

Enjoy the trailer and stay tuned for more!

MKP Revitalized 2 Definitive Edition 2020 (TRAILER)

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