NetherRealm Studios has dropped another teaser trailer for Mortal Kombat 12 on social media, and it offers hints of a time-reboot or a prequel story. The mysterious clock in the trailer displays the second hand ticking up from 9 to 11, skipping 12 entirely, and heading straight to 1. The reflection of a galaxy can be seen in the clock’s glass face, and sand is sprinkled around it. This teaser hints at a significant focus on time, which could be a continuation or exploration of the time-traveling theme from Mortal Kombat 11.

Possible Time-Reboot or Prequel Story

Fans who have analyzed the teasers have speculated that Mortal Kombat 12 could be a return to the past of Mortal Kombat. It could be a reimagining of the events of the first game or a unique prequel story. Mortal Kombat 11 featured Kronika, a time-traveling villain, as the primary antagonist. The game ended with one of its heroes gaining the ability to rewrite history, which could indicate a direct follow-up.

Clues from Social Media

The only clues fans have been given on social media are two phrases: “Does anyone know what time it is?” and “It is almost time.” It’s unclear if these teases are related to the content of Mortal Kombat 12, an upcoming full-length trailer, or just a playful reference to the patience of franchise fans. Whatever the case, they’ve sparked conversation.

Potential Release Date and Announcement

Mortal Kombat 12 was first announced during a Warner Bros. Discovery investor call, where CEO David Savlov mentioned its 2023 release. Since then, NetherRealm Studios has released a series of teaser videos leading up to what is assumed to be a proper announcement. Fans can expect to hear more about the game around the Summer Game Fest period in June 2023, as NetherRealm and WB prepare for a grand reveal.

So far, there is very little information available about Mortal Kombat 12, leaving plenty of room for speculation. However, the teasers have generated excitement among fans, and they eagerly await the game’s release.

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