Heavily promoted since before its release, Mortal Kombat 1 has brought countless expectations to gamers. Everyone hopes this will be a blockbuster marking the return of this famous series. However, after only a short time, this thought was quickly destroyed completely. Not only did it not meet the expectations of fans, Mortal Kombat 1 was also strongly criticized and criticized by many people and considered it an unfinished project but had already been released.
Specifically, many longtime fans of the game have highlighted many problems with Mortal Kombat 1. What is considered the most serious is the imbalance in a game that inherently requires fairness like this type of resistance. That’s the error where Player 1 has many advantages, performing more difficult combos while Player 2 cannot, even though they both choose the same character. The game’s developer himself also admitted this mistake and the error correction plan was initially scheduled for September 29, but was later delayed for the reason of “ensuring the stability of the game”. . And of course, this makes gamers even more angry.
In addition, lag, stuttering and performance issues in the game are also becoming the main topic causing Mortal Kombat 1 to face a lot of criticism. This has greatly reduced the overall player experience, even though the combat system is relatively complete and is considered a rare bright spot of the game. Not to mention the inability to cross-play across platforms and the lack of stability in online features as well as the lack of a lot of side content. Therefore, it is understandable for Mortal Kombat 1 to be considered incomplete and have many shortcomings.
However, there are still many reasons for gamers to have the right to hope when it cannot be denied that Mortal Kombat 1 is a game with a quite solid foundation. Basically, this game still has a bright future, as long as the developer is willing to invest more and put in a lot of effort.