NFG Summary:“Mortal Kombat 1 is a thrilling reboot of the legendary franchise, offering players a fresh and immersive experience. Brace yourself for an exhilarating story campaign and a diverse roster of Kameo fighters, as you unleash brutal fatalities in the revamped fighting system.”

Categories: 2D, Fighting
Meta Score: 84
Store: Mortal Kombat 1 (Price: $ 6,97)
User Score: 65.0
Platform: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, PC
Publisher Names: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Support Language: English*, French*, Italian*, German*, Spanish – Spain*, Arabic
Publish Date: 2023-09-19

PC Requirements:


  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-6600 | AMD Ryzen™ 3 3100 or Ryzen™ 5 2600
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce® GTX 980 or AMD Radeon™ RX 470 or Intel® Arc™ A750
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 100 GB available space


Discover a reborn Mortal Kombat Universe created by the Fire God Liu Kang. Mortal Kombat 1 ushers in a new era of the iconic franchise with a new fighting system, game modes, and fatalities! IMMERSIVE STORY CAMPAIGN. Fight through a brand new story featuring your favorite Mortal Kombat characters like you’ve never seen them before. KAMEO FIGHTERS. Choose from a unique roster of Kameo fighting partners to assist you in battle.

Positive Comment(s)

In terms of gameplay, Mortal Kombat 1 offers an experience worthy of the Mortal Kombat series100CriticalMontale
Mortal Kombat 1 is a good fighting game and has the potential to entertain the audience with its content100FineVineTeen
An attractive and competitive two-player game that has the least flaws100WeekendTrees
The very good atmosphere of this game will fascinate you100LamontGive
I acknowledge this game and thank the developer team100VideoForFreddy
Unrivaled and incomparable100CreepyMasters
Beautiful and exciting as always100ExerciseMamas
Like a shining moon, which is the brightest among all fighting games100HideByGhost
This game is much better than Tekken and gives you the feeling of a real and bloody fight100DefinitelyBobby
Mortal Kombat 1 is still very much a bloody and brutal good time with tons of rewards for digging deep into

Negative Comment(s)

Me parece muy mal que haya salido para nintendo switch y no para ps4 y xbox one se ha confirmado la ps4 y xbox one tienen mejor rendimiento qie la switch 0/100CommanderX_04
No more money to Warner Brothers due to bann for Belarus and Russia.0Addolfik
The worst part in the last 10 years.0DANTE_31RUS
Greedy developers with scummy practices including microtransactions, day one DLC, and being asked to pay real money for stuff you can unlock in the game.0straydogstrut
online is not balanced, it’s a pity that I spent money on it0Mega_maks2001
Nothing for nothing20RyudoGE
Unfinished game and full of microtransactions. Not enough cosmetics or gameplay apart from grinding the same towers or playing online. Expected more and very disappointed.50clclements
Biggest disappointment of 2023, and in my case, in years. MK1 is a money grabber, nothing to do, nothing to see. Thanks to Warner bros and NRS, he’s not only a bad fighting game, but also an unfinished game, un-fun, with a bad online mode and an horrible solo content. The game is full of toxic peoples and it’s not a surprise considering how the title is -not- handled by NRS. MK1 represent the toxicity of the videogame industry , not only the the fans but for the consumers too. 110$ the premium edition of an empty game full of MXT. Never again NRS, and obviously, Warner bros who like to kill everything they touch, for the sake of money. A huge mess won’t don’t deserve any penny or any second of your time. Even MK pro players just stopped to play after a week, not a surprise with anunbalanced, repetitive and full of glitches FG. Even NRS doesn’t care anymore, Warner bros have the money, it’s all good. But again, not for the **** for the MK franchise. Vote with your wallet right now, Warner bros doesn’t care about videogames. Worst, they have no shame to put broken game on the market (like… really broken.) and ask you 12$ for a fatality, 10 for a single skin. Thanks for nothing.0Fallingthunder
Empty, unfinished, money grabbing game. Bland characters, mid story, the gameplay and the online are repetitive as **** really wanted a good game like the previous MK ? No luck, here Warner bros and NRS just delivered one of the most lazy fighting game of all time. Don’t buy it.0Zippy76
MK1 is another exemple of the toxicity of the videogames industry theses last years. It’s a full priced videogame (up to 100$.) totally unfinished, unpolished, without any interesting contents for solo and online players. Everything is a huge step backwards to the previous entry, and Warner bros just want to milk the fans with horrible MXT. 12$ fatality, 10$ costumers etc. Invasion is a huge fail, un-fun but the core of the game. The story is just stupid for the sake of being stupid. And here we have the Gameplay, the biggest smoke screen off all time. Look great, play bad. You have a lot of tools but you just need actually 3. All the match are the same and the game give more importance of the Kameo than your actual character. Biggest disappointment of the year. And the PC and switch version are a scam. Ugly on switch with huge missed part, and always crashes on PC. Yes, it’s a scam. The “New gen” consoles can have some crashes too, but mostly a lot of glitches, imputs problems, and a less attractive game than MK11 in every aspect. Even the visual look less impressive, thanks to the liveless characters design and the UI being very close to a mobile game at best. So, think twice before buying. It’s not the MK you used to love. And no DLC characters will change that. Oh and no Crossplay in a 2023 fighting game is a shame. Well, a lot of money asked for nothing great. Run.0ResetFactory

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