Will Mortal Kombat 11 be a joke even on Nintendo Switch? In terms of weight, certainly yes. Waiting to try the definitive version of the fighting game also on Nintendo’s hybrid console, we discover that the dimensions of the NetherRealm title are of the important ones.
The return of the series to a Nintendo console after so many years will cost our micro SD dearly since the final version of the game will weigh a total of 22.53 GB, of which about 16 are related to the day one update which will, therefore, be quite substantial.
The basic game itself, therefore, weighs “only” 6 GB, and the solution to the patch was probably taken to avoid expensive, more capacious cartridges. However, this is not a record, given that Wolfenstein 2, which had also used the same method, takes up 23 gigabytes, but to give you an idea of the size of the game, know that the digital version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild takes up just over 13 GB.
Meanwhile, NetherRealm continues to unveil new characters on the brawler’s roster. Yesterday Kitana’s presence in Mortal Kombat 11 was confirmed.
Mortal Kombat 11 Switch is live, 23,609 MB aka 22.53GB
has a 1.0.1 day-one update to add BCAT….something pic.twitter.com/qXMxaELOTx
— Nikki™ ? (@NWPlayer123) April 9, 2019