Godzilla Vs Kong Updates: The wait is over, the Godzilla vs Kong trailer is finally here, it was released a few hours ago. The trailer shows that there’s an appearance of Mechagodzilla and also explained the origin of Mechagodzilla.

The trailer may tease Mechagodzilla’s entry into the upcoming MonsterVerse movies. In 1974 the Japanese film called Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla was the Mechagodzilla that appeared for the first time, it’s the 14th film in the Godzilla franchise.

In the MonsterVerse franchise of Legendary the fourth film, Godzilla vs. Kong may have the return of Mechagodzilla as Godzilla’s nemesis, and in the trailer, Godzilla is attacking people which shows and explains the origin of Mechagodzilla .

Godzilla Vs Kong Trailer

Mechagodzilla has yet to appear in the MonsterVerse as a rival to Godzilla, unlike Godzilla’s other rivals, Ghidora (Monster in Godzilla: King of the Monsters overthrown by Godzilla) and now Kong.

If the Mechagodzilla can appear as a villain for both Godzilla and Kong to defeat together, it is going to be a crazy twist for the fans. As some fans hope the filmmakers have confirmed that there will be only one winner in the fight between Kong and Godzilla.

Godzilla Vs Kong

We hope that, Mechagodzilla is not used as a cop-out from the absolute defeat of both Godzilla and Kong, but it is nearly certain that Mechagodzilla will be in the movie Godzilla vs. Kong.

There is a shot in the trailer, showing a brief glimpse of a monster that could be Mechagodzilla. In the trailer, we find that a metallic looking, kaiju-like Godzilla destroys a city and appears to glow red, but the actual Godzilla of MonsterVerse glows blue.

Rumors have already begun to spread that there’s a possible appearance of Mechagodzilla in the movie Godzilla vs. Kong.

It is initially written, Mechagodzilla is not an earthly being, it’s an extraterrestrial being. Godzilla like creature as an artificial kaiju is created by humans. Along the same lines, there are hints that show the origin of MonsterVerse’s Mechagodzilla.

And in the trailer, we find that Ren Serizawa (Shun Oguri) is in front of a large digital screen showing a schematic. On that screen, a text box is blocking half of the screen, but behind that box, we find an overview of Mechagodzilla that’s clearly visible.

This hinted that Ren Serizawa son of Ishiro Serizawa (Ken Watanabe), could be the creator of MonsterVerse’s Mechagodzilla, possibly in collaboration with Monarch.

Godzilla vs. Kong will be the showdown of the centry between Kong and Godzilla, plus that doesn’t suggest there will not be any twists and turns in the movie.

Godzilla vs. Kong must live up to the hype that’s built for the confrontation between Kong and Godzilla or it is going to be a disappointment for the audience that has been waiting for more than a year from its original release date to see the film. But the appearance of Mechagodzilla will finally bring the fan-favorite Godzilla villain to MonsterVerse.