Yeah, they do seem to be touting it. They got a ton of mileage from their custom UE3, and Inj2 looked great, so I'm very curious if it's just a bullet point for the sake of it or if it's going to be a noticeable jump.
Shawn Kittelsen, the writer of the MKX comic confirmed he's not writing a new comic series since he's working on the actual story for MK11.
It's good to hear he's working on the MK11 story because his comic actually had a better grasp of the MK characters than the actual game. For example, Kotal is a much, much more interesting and likable character in the comic than he is in the the game.
I mean we don't actually know that.
No one at NRS has said anything about it yet.
All they have said so far is graphics engine, not game engine, if they wanted to be sleazy it could still be their UE3, but they remade the "graphics" engine part of it and that statement would technically be correct.
Disclaimer, I have no idea what I'm talking about.
Nothing this studio has done has quite impressed me like MK9. I don't know what it is about that game but it still feels great to play. On PC with a high resolution I think it looks great too, and often much more colorful than MKX/Injustice 1 and 2. Wish it got a remaster.
that said really looking forward to MK11, hopeful I dig it more than X or the Injustice games.
'fraid not, Scorpion doesn't make that pose on the CGI trailer, and it would be quite hard to replicate the model in such a short time, so... Yeah, it can be real.
It IS tragic, even more when you compare it to X's cover.
Edit: Dunno if the theme is fake or not, but it does sound good (and quite easy to loop, interesting), also, it has a "Mortal Kombat" scream on it, so take it as it is... Quite the work if its not real.
Edit 2: And the art studios it mentions? Also real, Meduzarts worked on several games (Injustice 2 among those), and Plastic Wax has MK11's trailer on its website.
Edit 3 (Last one, I swear): PM me if the link for the track is down.