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Warner Bros. was worried that Mortal Kombat 11 might not think it was "Nintendo-friendly."

Warner Bros. was worried that Mortal Kombat 11 might not think it was “Nintendo-friendly.”

Release Mortal Kombat 11 on the Switch shows that the ultra-violent series has returned to the long-awaited Nintendo hardware.

As a matter of course, A few We are hesitant to bring the game to Nintendo’s new platform before its release.Earlier this year BIG Digital 2020Scott Hawkins of the Nintendo of America revealed that Warner Bros. officials were clearly worried that the latest entry might not be “Nintendo-friendly” enough to be released on a hybrid platform. ..

The full transcript, courtesy of Nintendo Everything, is:

“When Warner Bros. launched the first playable build of Mortal Kombat 11 and ran it on Nintendo Switch, I jumped in and met the team in Southern California. An executive met me and showed me the game. But we were playing it. He looks at me and says, “Scott, are you sure Nintendo wants this game on the Nintendo Switch?” And I said, “Yes, we definitely want this game.”

“He was worried because it was a mature title that wasn’t for Nintendo, but when he looked at the sales for the first month and confirmed that it was the number one game on the platform, he was sure. That’s right. Viewers. The platform has viewers of different types of content, which was a huge success. “

As Hawkins emphasized, the eleventh entry was well received when it finally arrived at Switch. We once again proved that Nintendo hardware has a viewer for this type of content.

When the Mortal Kombat series first began, Nintendo was known for censoring games due to its own family-friendly policy and lack of an age rating system for video games at the time.

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