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Beat 'em up dev working on free-to-play wresting title for mobiles

NetherRealm swaps Mortal Kombat for WWE

The creative minds behind Mortal Kombat are working on a new WWE title for smart devices.

Named WWE Immortals, the game will be free-to-play and is currently being developed by NetherRealm Studios in association with Phosphor Game Studios, according to GameSpot.

Details on the game are scarce, although WWE and NetherRealm parent Warner Bros Interactive say it will "feature epic Superstar battles in a fantastically re-imagined world".

WWE Immortals will be released on iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android devices in 2015.

NetherRealm is also currently developing Mortal Kombat X, due on consoles and PC next year.

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