From storage capacity to graphics, there are many concerns about the upcoming version of Mortal Kombat 1 on Nintendo Switch.
Some fans of the long-standing Mortal Kombat series have expressed great concern about the Nintendo Switch version of the latest installment in the series – Mortal Kombat 1. Players have expressed concern about the storage requirements along with game stability. If Mortal Kombat 11’s launch on Switch is anything to go by, there could be a lot to worry about about Mortal Kombat 1. The recent announcement of Mortal Kombat 1 has caused a stir among some players. The title will only launch as an exclusive title for the latest generation consoles and PCs. However, the Nintendo Switch is also announced to be the home of a version that will be handled by the developers who brought The Witcher 3 to this handheld console.
Unfortunately, this announcement was met with a lot of skepticism from players, regardless of the developer in charge of this version. One Reddit user started a thread wondering if Mortal Kombat 1 on Nintendo Switch has better graphics than Mortal Kombat 11. Several users have expressed their concerns about the upcoming update, citing concerns about the game’s graphics fidelity and possible frame rate issues. Given that the previous version for Mortal Kombat 11 was not well received and was even dropped from the game’s cross-play beta test because of its myriad issues, players have legitimate concerns about This upcoming release, oddly enough, won’t be released on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
Several players were quick to point out the storage requirements Mortal Kombat 1 will have, talking about how the game claims more than 100GB of storage on its current-generation counterparts. While it’s clear that the game won’t take up as much space from the Nintendo Switch as the others, it’s likely that this version of Mortal Kombat 1 will come with a requirement that players have a high-capacity SD card just to contains games. One of them even pointed out that the circumstances surrounding the production of this version may be better than some think because the Nintendo Switch has received FSR support to help make some of its games look better. without sacrificing performance.
There is still one more possibility worth considering, that the Nintendo Switch Mortal Kombat 1 can be hosted using cloud technology, providing the performance and graphical fidelity that other Nintendo Switch products are based on. Other clouds have provided with the inherent disadvantage that the game has the requirement to be always online. However, there is still much to speculate, as NetherRealm has not shared any trailers for the Nintendo Switch or other console products.