This Tuesday (19), Mortal Kombat 1 finally arrives for all players. However, the wait was not so pleasant for the Nintendo public, as during the last weekend Several users used their social networks to complain about the Switch version.
The case occurred with buyers of the special edition of Mortal Kombat 1, which guaranteed early access to the game. After playing, they published images and videos of the content on social media — and, evidently, the Switch version It doesn’t seem to compare to the one present on other consoles.
What on earth is happening with the Switch version of Mortal Kombat 1?! pic.twitter.com/oYDF1FxbVP
— Sam Aberdeen (@SamAberdeen1) September 18, 2023
Part of the players’ indignation is the full price of US$70 stipulated for Mortal Kombat 1 on Switch, as well as other platforms. Among the main complaints are the low quality of the textures used and lack of polishing, making the version appear to have been produced with neglect and a short release date.
You can check out some images published on X (formerly Twitter) below:
When he gives you that Nintendo Switch Mortal Kombat 1 stare https://t.co/zicViAhcjH pic.twitter.com/9zaWGYt5mt
— I Hate Anime (@AniMaikaru) September 17, 2023
Mortal Kombat 1 on PS5 vs Nintendo Switch ??
(By these standards they should have released it on PS3 and xbox 360 as well)#gaming #Videogames #gamer #AssassinsCreedMirage #Xbox #Nintendo #PS5 #MortalKombat1 #MortalKombat #PlayStation #Starfield pic.twitter.com/9jznNZw2E3
— GamerPines (@GamerPinesX) September 18, 2023
This screenshot from Mortal Kombat 1 on the Nintendo Switch sums it up nicely…?? pic.twitter.com/tMrmBgdkEe
— Mad ?? (@madlittlepixel) September 16, 2023
Lack of polish and bugs
As we mentioned previously, one of the public’s main complaints is the lack of polish in this version. For example, this comparison of the game on Switch and other versions shows that, on the Nintendo console, Mortal Kombat 1 It literally looks like another game because of the effects that are well below expectations.
Another point that caught the community’s attention is that the title is also several bugs that make it practically impossible to play. One of them, for example, seems to want to imitate something like the effect Fatal Furyleaving one of the characters moving from the front to the back of the screen, making it impossible to hit him.
— Baconsaur of Astora (@mr_baconssauro) September 16, 2023
Mortal Kombat 1 officially hit stores this Tuesday (19) in versions for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and Switch. You had early access to Mortal Kombat 1 for the Nintendo console? What did you think of the work in this edition? Share your opinion with other readers of the Voxel using our social networks.