Killer Instinct Ultra Edition will contain two versions of Rare’s Killer Instinct Classic, according to producer Torin Retting. It is a complete port of two versions of the Killer Instinct arcade game: the original arcade ROM v1.4 containing all the “fan-favorite glitches,” and the revised version v1.5D which fixed things such as Cinder’s infinite combo. It also comes with extras like training mode, frame effects and more. Killer Instinct Classic won’t have online multiplayer, but Retting said the team has been “talking about it a lot.” Retting also said there’s “no news for Killer Instinct 2 for Xbox One… yet.” Thanks, Siliconera.
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