Physical copies of Mortal Kombat 1 have been leaked, revealing the launch roster of playable characters and support characters, with further leaks expected to come.
A leaked Nintendo Switch cartridge reveals the full character roster for Mortal Kombat 1, prompting copyright strikes from Warner Bros.
The launch trailer for Mortal Kombat 1 reveals gameplay of Shang Tsung and Reiko, and announces extensive accessibility options for the game.
Mortal Kombat 1's launch trailer is incredible, showcasing slick cinematics, gorgeous gameplay, and a new mode similar to Super Smash Bros, with pre-order bonus characters also revealed.
"Mortal Kombat 1" is a complete reboot of the beloved video game franchise, featuring intense violence, new characters, and a time travel element in the storyline.
The day 1 patch for Mortal Kombat 1, which was released alongside the game's early access for Premium Edition owners, includes bug fixes, accessibility options, character polishing, improved UI, and various improvements to single-player experiences, story mode, and online matchmaking.
In the reboot of the "Mortal Kombat" franchise, the game fulfills a three-decade-old wish by having Jean-Claude Van Damme play an alternate version of Johnny Cage, but ultimately fails to create a new type of story and relies on already-used story beats from past games.
Mortal Kombat 1's Invasion mode, a new single-player board game mode, has received mixed reviews, with some finding it overwhelming and unexciting, while others appreciate its potential for future content updates and improvements.
The Premium Edition of Mortal Kombat 1 has received positive feedback from fans, but the practice of locking main roster characters and Kameo Fighters behind required playing of different single-player modes feels outdated and frustrating in the current gaming landscape of 2023.
Fans of Mortal Kombat can get their hands on the premium edition of Mortal Kombat 1 early, which includes exclusive characters and features, for $109.99 at Amazon and Best Buy.
Developer Ed Boon has promised to improve the quality of Mortal Kombat 1 on the Nintendo Switch, addressing concerns over issues with graphics and gameplay, after the game received a low review score and complaints about its full price.
The Nintendo Switch version of Mortal Kombat 1 is facing backlash for allegedly using PC gameplay footage in its official launch trailer, with fans calling for refunds and criticizing the misleading representation of the game's visuals and performance.
The Nintendo Switch version of Mortal Kombat 1 is set to receive an update after fans noticed a Steam achievement notification appearing in the game's official trailer on Nintendo's YouTube channel.
If you want to get up to speed in Mortal Kombat 1, follow these tips: watch the opening cutscene, complete the tutorial, spend time in training mode to experiment with characters, play the campaign, learn defensive mechanics, choose a character and learn basic combos, play invasions to practice, find a community to play with, and keep practicing and analyzing your mistakes.