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Ed Boon Promises Fixes for Mortal Kombat 1 on Switch Amidst Outrageous Visual Bugs and Graphics Disparity

Priyanshu Tiwari  |   Sep 21, 5:56 AM   |   6 min read

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  • Switch users are facing graphical disparity with Mortal Kombat 1

  • Images and Videos of poor graphics and performances are all over the internet

  • Co-creator of Mortal Kombat 1, Ed Boon, has confirmed that they will fix the issues soon


Within a day of the release of Mortal Kombat 1, the internet is witnessing some outrageous and hilarious reviews from Nintendo Switch users. After the game's release, Switch users didn't expect to find various bugs and compatibility issues after paying $70. Several Switch players have reported weird bugs and graphics disparity compared to PS5 and Xbox gameplay.


To acknowledge the issue, Ed Boon, co-creator of Mortal Kombat 1, said they will address all the problems Switch users face in an interview with BBC. 


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Before the launch of Mortal Kombat 1, Switch users with early access showcased their concern about the game's poor visuals and performance. To put the criticism in perspective, a few X (previously Twitter) users have shared their gameplay and some side-by-side graphical comparisons on PS5 and Switch. In one of the gameplay videos shared on X, where the character is supposed to hold his opponent's head, he is seen holding just the hair, and his head is floating on his neck. 



In another post, X users share comparison images of how the characters look different on Switch and PS5, and it is certain that Switch users are clearly facing a graphical downgrade with Mortal Kombat 1. Users are enjoying the memes with poor visual comparison with all the critics surfacing on the internet. NetherRealm Studios and Saber Interactive must work on the game and push an update to improve players' experience. 


Responding to all the graphical flaws and poor experience, here is what Ed Boon, co-creator of the Mortal Kombat franchise, has to say about the issues in a conversation with BBC:

It would have been ideal for us to have released the version that we absolutely wanted. But anything that we're finding a problem with is on our list and is going to be fixed. Anything that we see that is not acceptable will absolutely be addressed.

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