Mortal Kombat 1 roster leaks ahead of September 19 release

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The arrival of Mortal Kombat 1, which is scheduled for September 19 for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S/X, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store, has fans of the franchise tense.

Mortal Kombat 1 is not looking too good on the Nintendo Switch.

As the excitement increases, so does the quantity of leaks that appear on the internet. As an example, the whole Mortal Kombat 1 roster has been leaked online, revealing Nitara to be the game’s 24th playable character and the last member of the base roster.

This wonderful announcement coincides with the September 14 Early Access period that is only available to owners of Premium Editions.

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Thetiny, a Twitter user, revealed that someone had obtained an early copy of Mortal Kombat 1 for the Nintendo Switch, which is where the roster leak first came from. This made it possible to fully reveal the roster for the game’s launch, with Nitara occupying the 24th position. Fans had been anticipating the addition of characters like Jade or Sonya Blade, thus Nitara’s appearance came as a bit of a surprise. Since Armageddon, Nitara, who made her debut in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance, has not been seen in a Mortal Kombat game. She’s a prominent character from the 3D period of the game, which makes her an intriguing choice for many ardent fans.

A complete roster and a detailed list of Kameos or support fighters were also leaked on Reddit by rearisen, another user. It’s important to note that, based on the locked icon next to his name on the roster, Havik looks to be an unlocked character in narrative mode. He’ll probably be an unlockable addition to the roster, joining Shang Tsung, the pre-order bonus character. Another indication of a possible secret character or a stand-in for the first DLCfighter is a character slot that is grayed out.

Although 24 playable characters might not seem like a lot, remember that Mortal Kombat 1 has a far larger roster when you take into account the 16 Kameo Fighters that were included at launch. After a few years, when NetherRealm Studios finishes supporting the game, we could very well be looking at a combined total of about a hundred characters given their track record.

Those who took part in the Mortal Kombat 1 beta have nothing but good things to say about the game.

Rearisen offered information on the Nintendo Switch version of the game as well as specifics about the team. They went so far as to warn potential customers about the poor performance, pointing out that the early copy of the game had severe screen tearing and stuttering during sequences. But keep in mind that there are still two weeks until the game’s official release, and many of these problems might be fixed with day-one patches. Nevertheless, discussions about whether the Nintendo Switch’s fairly antiquated hardware can run Mortal Kombat 1 have been sparked by the leaks.

Playable character Shang Tsung will be given to those who pre-order the game. However, if you purchase the more expensive Premium Edition, you’ll get five days early access. Six DLC characters—Quan Chi, Omni Man, Ermac, Takeda, Peacemaker, and Homelander—are scheduled to enter the fray once the game launches.

The ultimate performance of the game is still unclear, despite the fact that fans may be speculating or screaming over the disclosed roster. Although they are a two-edged sword, leaks have always been a part of the game’s path leading up to its official release. They both heighten the excitement and reveal any possible negative aspects. In any case, the leaks are preparing the public for a lively discussion on Mortal Kombat 1’s character selection and gameplay, particularly on the Nintendo Switch, following the game’s release.

We can only hope that the finished product will live up to the hype and maybe even throw in a few surprises as we tally down the days till the official release.

Hey, if the Switch’s performance is the issue, didn’t we recently learn that the upcoming Nintendo console will be backwards compatible and arriving next year?

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