NetherRealm Studios admits that they are not developing that version themselves.
Trevor Traub, the producer of Mortal Kombat 11, has spoken with the GameRevolution portal about the version for Nintendo Switch of the expected new fighting game. As some had anticipated, it will have some cuts.
“I really like the Nintendo Switch version, and I like to control it more with the Joy-Con than I would have imagined, we are trying to reach as many people as possible, so let’s try to take advantage of this opportunity,” Traub said.
“There are some special reductions of geometry that are necessary for the thing to go ahead in Switch, but the final product is truly fantastic,” said the executive, but not before making a nuance. “We’re not developing it internally, they’re doing it at Shiver Studios .”
However, he wanted to send a reassuring message about it. “They are producing it at the same time we are, so we could talk about a shared development, there is no main version and other secondary ones.”
Precisely speaking about versions of the title of the fighting game, recently their managers have assured that they do not discard cross-play for Mortal Kombat 11 in the future.