The Mortal Kombat 1 launch trailer is not happy, but I don’t blame them. With the score of around 100, a Steam achievement is clearly visible in the right corner. To be so bad about the idea that trailers feature some footage from their games, it seems to me that it seems quite a bit dreading. A Footage, not final, technically is the case, but I think, there’s a difference, but it’s not final, isn’t simply show a different one altogether.
It’s no secret that the Switch version of Mortal Kombat1 seems to have some issues. Players on Switch have expressed their disappointment at this version, but insisted on performance issues and very dated visuals. It is a situation where the PC and the Switch are essentially light years apart. In that sense, it is a bit misleading to show a game that doesn’t look exactly as it is for you. While I’m doing that, I can’t believe that Switch version is 70, too.
I got a picture from Warner Bros. Games.
Good game, bad Switch port.
On PC, Xbox 5, and the Xbox series X|S, Mortal Kombat 1 has a very good look compared to the first 2nd in terms of age. The Switch version is a true mess, and it seems it didn’t sound like it should have been tried on the now-dated hardware. According to IGN, the Switch-version has many bugs, especially in graphics and the game-changing ways and is all-around aggravating.
The Creative Director at NetherRealm Studios recently told BBC that the Switch version will almost be getting an update that will address a number of the concerns that players have a lot to complain about.
Look, I can get it. There’s some people who want to play Mortal Kombat on their Switch, so they should be given the option. But charging the same price for the far superior PS5 and Xbox X|S versions doesn’t seem right. And if a performance and visuals variant is different, it will show this version.
Mortal Kombat 1 is now available on PC, Xbox 5 and Xbox 5 and Nintendo Switch.