Mortal Kombat X PC dev is 'working around the clock' fixing issues


PC should have been delayed along with 360 and PS3

The PC version of Mortal Kombat X was broken at launch. High Voltage Software (not NetherRealm) was responsible for the port, and it seems it's aware of all of the issues it has caused over the past week or so.

Detailing the situation over on its Facebook page, the studio noted, "We've been working around the clock to address any outstanding issues with MKX. We just posted another patch (30 MB) at 2:40 CST, if this doesn't address issues you may be encountering please PM us with specific details so we can have the development team take a look. We want your experience to be awesome!"

It seems as if this version should have been clearly delayed alongside of the Xbox 360 and PS3 editions, which still have no set release date. High Voltage is handling those ports too, so be cautious about picking it up at launch.

High Voltage Software [Facebook]

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