Fan designs a beautiful model of Mortal Kombat Kitana for MultiVersus, game director loves it but says ‘no promises’











Fans want Mortal Kombat characters in MultiVersus. This request is one that erupted almost immediately after the platform fighter was officially revealed as this is a technically legitimate possibility with both MultiVersus and Mortal Kombat under the Warner Bros. umbrella.





A fan recently created an adorable model of one of the series’ most popular characters, Kitana, showing what she would look like if she were added to the free fighter. The piece is so good, in fact, that it caught the attention of MultiVersus Game Director Tony Hoyen, but that interest alone doesn’t mean the crossover will pay off.









While Huynh is clearly a fan of the artist Fztr’s piece, he makes sure to state clearly that he’s making no promises that Kitana will actually join the playable roster. That’s a shame, understandable though, but fans certainly seem to know that the MultiVersus development team would be short on it if they didn’t add someone From Mortal Kombat to the game.


Mortal Kombat is one of the longest-running and most popular fighting game franchises in existence, so not having characters from it in a crossover fighting game when you probably have permission to use them seems like an odd choice.


However, we can always dream up and get a great idea of ​​what these kinds of extensions could look like thanks to top-notch artwork like the ones designed by Fztr. Kitana is depicted in a more cartoonish style, but this is well suited for a game with many cartoon characters that you all fight in 2v2 battles.


The design is also clearly inspired by the Mortal Kombat 11 version, which is a solid choice. We can only hope that Kitana (or maybe Sub-Zero or Scorpion) will find her way into the game someday.


MultiVersus open beta is available now and has just added its newest playable character, LeBron James from Space Jam, to the roster. It is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S, Steam, and the Epic Games Store.








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