As promised in recent days, the developers of NetherRealm Studios have published the new Mortal Kombat 11 patch, first launched on PlayStation 4, and now also available on all other platforms.
This is a particularly important update from the point of view of balancing the gameplay, since the difficulty of the Time Towers has been reduced and the rewards obtainable in this mode have instead been increased, all to mitigate the grinding factor that plagued the experience at launch.
However, a problem has arisen for the owners of the PC version of the fighting game, and in particular for those who have decided to use a specific mod that allows bringing the cutscenes, Fatal Blow and Fatality to 60fps. The new patch has in fact entered into conflict with the mod in question, which obviously does not appeal to NetherRealm, nor to QLOC, which created the PC edition of the game.
The diehard modders, however, have already found a way to update the file and make it immediately compatible with the new version of Mortal Kombat 11 (you can download from here ). We would like to underline that the use of the mod could result in a ban from the developers, who just don’t seem to like this kind of initiative.
Mortal Kombat 11 is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. As part of the free bundle included in the new update, NetherRealm gave players a package of Coins, Soul Pieces and Hearts.