NetherRealm Studios has revealed that cross-play will finally be added to Mortal Kombat 1 next February.
In the latest Kombat Kast stream they have detailed that the long-awaited feature will be added through an update to the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC versions. However, the bad news is that the Nintendo Switch version will lack cross-play with other platforms.
The studio has also said that it is working on new features, such as a Wi-Fi filter that allows you to rule out battles against other users if your connection is not adequate and this can cause lag or disconnections.
Before, in any case, a new update will be published with balance changes, adjustments and bug fixes. On the 14th, Kombat Pack users will be able to play with Quan Chi, and the rest of Mortal Kombat 1 players will be able to play with Quan Chi on December 21st.
Finally, Ed Boon has left open the possibility of a future Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath-type expansion, which would add a new campaign to the popular fighting game published by Warner Bros. Entertainment.