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Mortal Kombat 1 Nintendo Switch Graphics — Mortal Kombat 1 is now being loved by gamers thanks to the Universe being reset by Fire God Liu Kang and his task of finding fighters in various worlds again. This game can also be enjoyed later via the PS5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S and PC platforms via Steam.

Even though it displays cool and epic graphics in various battles and scenes, it seems that this doesn’t apply to Nintendo Switch users. Because recently, a video has been circulating showing the graphic quality of MK1 which is not liked by fans.

Gamers consider the graphic quality of the Nintendo Switch version of Mortal Kombat 1 to be lacking

Tiktok named Johniibo said that in his video, he explained that some of the poor MK1 graphics were similar to games from the early 2000s. Even Johniibo tried playing Mortal Kombat 1 on a different Switch, and the resulting graphics were similar and had the same problems.

After the overall poor graphic quality, Johniibo also shows game bugs and glitches which are considered quite annoying on the Switch. Not only Johni, there is also YouTuber ElAnalistaDeBits comparing the Switch version with other platform versions which differ significantly in each battle scene.

In addition, the record or screenshot function on the Nintendo Switch is also disabled in Mortal Kombat 1. As a result, players cannot record or take high-quality screenshots of the game without external hardware.

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This video eventually went viral and was shared on X/Twitter, and it turns out that Switch users also feel the same way about this port of the game made by NetherRealm Studios, also advising gamers not to buy the Switch version of Mortal Kombat 1.

The problem of substandard graphic quality and bugs was apparently heard by NetherRealm. Recently, they were known to release a Mortal Kombat 1 update patch ahead of the full release on September 19.

With this update, it is likely that some of the problems experienced by Switch users can be resolved before the game is officially released. However, the number of complaints is quite a worrying sign for the game on Nintendo Switch.

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