Huge Mortal Kombat XL PC Patch Improves Netcode, Balance Tweaks, Widescreen Support & More
Warner Bros. has dropped a huge Mortal Kombat XL PC patch which brings the PC version up to par with its console counterparts. Furthermore, the update includes an improved netcode, balance tweaks, technical improvements and much more.
Many PC gamers felt betrayed when Warner seemed to have dropped support of MKXL on PC. While the console versions of the game were steadily improved, and updated with new content, the PC version was left behind.
Through one gigantic PC patch, Warner is now trying to restore some of the Mortal Kombat love on PC. You can check out the official patch notes on Steam and on the official Warner MKXL page. The Mortal Kombat XL PC patch weighs in at 28GB.
Parity with console patches up to the 10/4/2016 update: http://community.wbgames.com/t5/Latest-Updates/Patch-Notes-10-4-16/ba-p/1297392
Enhanced net code implemented
Resolved blockers that could occur if the user disabled the Steam overlay
Resolved issue which was causing sizable FPS drops in certain environments
Resolved various cases where wrong resolution was being set
Improved Widescreen support
Improved DSR support
Improved game warning messaging
Improved auto-configuration- feature now sets v-sync to variable across all set ups to reduce/remove screen tearing and optimize performance
Improved High and Very High Shadow quality
Improved black crush
Fixed King of the Hill spectator view brightness
Fixed various occurrences that led to an incorrect FPS lock
Added proper button prompt support for various devices
Added tool tips to PC Video options menu
Added Borderless Window Mode
Removed half-rate adaptive V-sync
Removed Frame Smoothing option from PC graphics menu
Removed incorrect and duplicated resolutions
Fixed various online desyncs
Fixed various crashes
Kombat Pack 2 has also been released for Mortal Kombat XL PC, and adds five new paid characters, including Leatherface, Alium, Goro. The pack is currently discounted on Steam for £7.49/9,99€/$9.99.
General reactions to the new patch are positive on Steam, and we can only hope that Warner will keep treating the PC version the same as the console versions.