The events of Armageddon has just ended and Shao Kahn has beaten Raiden. But just before Raiden could be finished he sent a message through his mind to his younger self during the first Mortal Kombat tournament. He sent it to warn him about the future but the younger Raiden doesn't understand the message. So the events of the the first three tournaments will be altered in the perception of Raiden trying to change the future. Written by
Did You Know?
The Pit II stage alongside with a new stage fatality is an updated version of The Pit from original Mortal Kombat game, not the Pit stage from Mortal Kombat II. And also on the second bridge, there are no characters such as Hornbuckle and Blaze, but other fighters from previous Mortal Kombat games can be seen fighting each other. See more
When Raiden's amulet falls off of his clothing near the end of the game, the cracks on the amulet are gone, but when the elder gods heal him (the amulet with him) the cracks reappear. See more
Be stealthful as the night...
...and deadly as the dawn.
Remake of Mortal Kombat Trilogy