He shared the story with Ed Boon (Tekken) in a touching exchange. His father, who was seated against Street Fighter 6 gameplay, said that he hasn’t yet gotten a clue about a long-awaited project for the community, namely the crossover of MK and SF.
He finally gave up on the joke photomontage after so much time. Harada shared Street Fighter 6’s protagonists in a context that blends well with the Mortal Kombat X-Ray Attacks. The leading NetherRealm scholar did not conceal that he has much to discuss in this area.
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It is in this post that Ed Boon responded to a message sent by his friend and colleague. You don’t know how many stories you’re about to hear about our efforts to remove it from the world. Perhaps we can talk about it later. MKvSF.
Boon’s answer to the Game Director at Tekken is completed with a double acronym. It refers to the rumored Moral Kombat x Street Fighter project, which recurs cyclically through discussions on social media and industry forums for fighting game enthusiasts.
Ed Boon had discussed the Mortal Kombat/Street Fighter crossover in the past. He expressed his interest in this collaboration, but also pointed out that the creative vision for the book is meant to reconcile the interests and two major publishers.
We are eagerly awaiting the next installment of this long-running telenovela on SF and MK crossover. In the meantime, we will continue to wait for you all to read Street Fighter 6, which euthanized sparked last State of Play.