NetherRealm Studios is looking for a Senior Combat Designer for their new game, specifically mentioning both Mortal Kombat and Injustice.
In the twelve years since Nether Realm Studios was formed after the fall of Midway, the developer has made a name for itself as a staple in the fighting game genre. Legacy of the iconic mortal combat franchise and breathe new life into the stagnant series in Mortal Kombat 9as well as bringing his combat expertise to the DC Universe with Injustice, the developer has quickly become an industry mainstay with many big-name games under its belt. Now, a recent job posting from the developer suggests that NetherRealm Studios’ next big project may already be underway.
Since taking over the mortal combat Following Midway’s bankruptcy in 2009, NetherRealm Studios not only continued the gorey fighting franchise with three new mainline series games, but expanded its repertoire to other properties since its acquisition by Warner Bros. Injustice saw NetherRealm take a page out of Marvel’s book pitting some of DC Comics’ most iconic names against each other. Now, a NetherRealm job posting is looking for a senior combat designer, with special mention of its two biggest franchises.
The roster posted on Warner Media’s career site aims to add a senior combat designer at NetherRealm Studios with a focus on game design, specifically related to combat, balance, and character tuning. The page makes specific mentions of features like motion capture, which makes the position for a mobile game highly unlikely like some of NetherRealm’s previous listings. NetherRealm also specifically mentions the developer’s two flagship franchises in the app, naming them both mortal combat and Injustice, without any specific mention being made of what the actual project is.
While a new mortal combat Where Injustice hasn’t been officially announced yet, the latest game from NetherRealm Studios has been heavily rumored for the past few months. mortal combat creator Ed Boon has repeatedly spoken about the developer’s latest project, teasing fans that a major game is on the horizon, though he’s unable to talk about a new one. mortal combat Where Injustice for various reasons. A new mortal combat would be the franchise’s first game since 2019 Mortal Kombat 11 while Injustice saw its last entry in the main series in 2017 with Injustice 2.
While the mortal combat the franchise has yet to reveal the twelfth game in the long-running fighting game series, Mortal Kombat 11 remained one of the premier titles on the fighting game circuit. Mortal Kombat 11 received regular updates for over two years before the focus shifted to the developer’s next game in July 2021, and was recently announced as a main game for the 2022 EVO Championship Series. Mortal Kombat 11 officially finished and rumors are circulating about a new title, fans of Nether Realm Studios you might not have to wait much longer to see what the developer has in store next.
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