A remastered collection of the first three Mortal Kombat games was reportedly in development at Blind Squirrel Games, but has now been scrapped, according to DSOGaming.
Blind Squirrel Games has experience with remasters of course, having previously worked on the BioShock Collection and Borderlands Enhanced.
Among the features new to the remaster would have included a Krypt mode, which according to Blind Squirrel Games' Danny Huynh, would have offered a new way to play the first three Mortal Kombat games. In addition, Huynh revealed that his role was to 'set the quality bar for the UI and FX while maintaining the look of the trilogy of the series.'
The project was also known as Mortal Kombat Kollection Online, and you can view a cached version of Huynh's work on the remaster here.
The next chapter in the Mortal Kombat franchise is due out on April 23 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.