There was little debate that Mortal Kombat was going to be nauseating enough in its own way to make its return. The game series has always been devoted to its roots that have soaked the decades with blood and viscera.
It seems that with this new take on MK’s timeline, it’s like a complete rip-off for the series. Nevertheless, it’s as gory and gory as ever, and fans are loving it for that reason alone. Now, it’s getting a little more difficult thanks to a Mortal Kombat 1 first-person mode.
Mortal Kombat 1’s first-person mode is nauseating.
Twitter user ermaccer has shared a look at a new Mortal Kombat 1 mod that puts players in the shoes of real-life Mortal Kombat contestants, and it’s pretty terrifying to watch.
The video shows the player as Johnny Cage fighting in a scrap with Baraka, performing a brutal killing spree. From a first-person perspective, the movements are so fast and jerky that it becomes difficult to see.
The YouTube link that comes attached is also quite similar, the movements are so fast that your mind can hardly keep up with them all. If you suffer from motion sickness, be warned that this might not be the mode for you.
The mod looks great and does the job incredibly well – it just serves as an indication that the ideas for a VR version of the MK series might not work so well.
Fans React to Mortal Kombat’s VR Mode
“I wonder what the casualties would be like from the victims point of view!“Surprisingly a particularly perverse comment.”In front of your face, forced to lie there and be tortured.“Yeah, sounds bad.”It reminds me a lot of Dying Light 2.adds another commentator.
A third concluded,It’s strange how good the first person view is in MK1, makes me think that the engine once had another mod like MKX’s first person view Corrupt, or maybe Invasions was a mini Konquest and that was the final one. The giants didn’t want to invest in the world for the game.”
Regardless of how good the first-person Mortal Kombat mode actually is, it will take some getting used to. We deal with enough anxiety in play – we’re not sure we’re ready to bring it to real life ad nauseum.