Mortal Kombat 1 May Hit Your PS5 SSD with a Fatality

Mortal Kombat 1 May Hit Your PS5 SSD with a Fatality

Mortal Kombat 1 PS5 PlayStation

With the official announcement of Mortal Kombat 1, things are no doubt starting to get real for fanatical fighting game fans as we inch closer to that 19th September launch on PS5. If that’s you, heads up, the next Mortal Kombat is a heavyweight, coming in at a muscular 100 GB, and that’s before any additional Kombat Packs) are added.

Of course, that’s according to the game’s Steam page. It’s entirely possible we get a slimmer, streamlined release on console, sans the graphical options and textures not possible on PlayStation anyway. Considering the number of Kombat packs that came to Mortal Kombat 11, if you’re going all in on this, Mortal Kombat 1 is likely going to make much of your SSD it’s home.

Are you surprised by Mortal Kombat 1’s voluminous file size, or is it just the mewling of the weak, an irrelevant concern on the road to kompetitive glory? Let us know in the komments section below.

Mortal Kombat 1 is set to join the ranks of classic 90s video games to experience a new life on modern consoles. The original high-impact fighting game is bringing its classic fatalities to PlayStation 5 systems across the world, exciting players of all ages.

Featuring a cast comprised of memorable Ninjas, Cybernetic warriors and forgotten gods, the original Mortal Kombat delivered the fighting games of 1991 to a new level. Players could launch special moves and then end their opponents in gory fatalities that made the arcade classic a hit in its own right.

The original game, developed by Midway Games, was released in 1992 and spawned several sequels, modern remakes of the original and a feature film adaptation. Now, the game will receive a modern revamp courtesy of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer Other Ocean Interactive.

The latest version, coming to PlayStation 5, promises to drop players back into the iconic environments and iconic characters of the original game with modern visuals. The game hopes to deliver the experience players have loved since they first launched the game two decades ago. And although the fatalities are still there, it is expected that they won’t be quite as gory as gamers may remember.

In addition to the updated visuals, Mortal Kombat 1 will also come with new rewards and content to encourage replayability. Player’s skills will be put to the test as they face AI opponents, as well as special challenges and bosses. The game will also include new fatalities and unlockable character skins.

It is clear that Mortal Kombat 1 is sure to hit the mark with fans, as the game is set to appeal to both modern gamers and those that have fond memories of playing the original arcade classic. Finally, the classic fighting game is set to hit the PlayStation 5 this holiday season with a fatality.

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