It is impossible to get all of the achievements in Mortal Kombat 1 right now. No, not "impossible" as in "really hard". I mean, it's literally impossible, because one of the achievements asks you to clear fights that aren't even in the game yet. As a result, Mortal Kombat 1 still has a zero percent achievement completion rate, as no one is able to platinum the game until NetherRealm adds the missing content.
This is all tied to a mode called "Titan Battles" - something that isn't present in the game at all. Despite this, one of the achievements, "The Mighty Have Fallen", asks players to "Komplete A Titan Battle". There's no word on when Titan Battles will be added to Mortal Kombat 1, and the fact there's nothing in the base game to explain this is causing frustration among the playerbase - particularly among fans that have spent hours trying to find the elusive game mode.
Many players have noticed the missing Titan Battles, but one Reddit user, IllustratorFormal256, says they were able to get in touch with the Mortal Kombat support team to discuss the issue. In response to the query, the team says that Titan Battles will be "added to the game later on", although they "don't have a specific timeframe to share".
So I contacted the developers regarding the defeat a Titan trophy and this was my response
For now, The Mighty Have Fallen will just have to remain incomplete. At least we know Titan Battles will be added though, and this wasn't just an overlooked part of development.
However, even more missing content has been found, as some players are unable to beat daily challenges. This is because, much like Titan Battles, "Mercies" were also meant to be in the game. Mercies involve beating an opponent, but then choosing to give them another chance to take you down. If you win, it's the ultimate disrespect. A daily challenge calls on players to perform a Mercy, but as some fans have discovered, this is impossible - they're not in the game either.
For all the praise Mortal Kombat 1 was met with at launch, this and other issues have brought the experience down for some fans. Whether it's the monetisation system - which some have labelled "predatory" - or the poor-performing Switch release, some already have negative feelings about this new generation of Mortal Kombat. We'll have to wait and see if the DLC packs are enough to make up for this, or if they only exacerbate these issues.
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