Mortal Kombat X Summary
Ed Boone, creative director of fatality simulator series Mortal Kombat, has revealed that the recent launch of Mortal Kombat X was the 'biggest in the series history', and helped "FAR exceed" the team's expectations.
He promises they're "working (like mad) on all the issues" people have been having. The PC launchwith Steam's new download system.
You may want to finish downloading before you Finish Him! Mortal Kombat X is rather broken right now on Steam as it uses the new download systemhas introduced, which partially acquires some of the game to play early.
However it's made the brawler highly unstable and even selecting options can cause desktop crashes. Only around 3GB of data will download, but the rest of the game trickles in behind it.
Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released the Mortal Kombat X Official Launch Trailer, preparing fans and gamers for the epic narrative of Mortal Kombat X to unfold on 14th April. The launch trailer, directed by System Of A Down bassist Shavo Odadjian, sets the stage with glimpses of iconic moments, a cast of new and returning Kombatants and heart-pounding fight sequences set to the band’s hit song, "Chop Suey!"
Even if you don't have enough cash to splash out on your very own
Netherrealm Studios have just released a brand new trailer for Mortal Kombat X which crucially reintroduces the series' longstanding hero Liu Kang back into the mix.
The trailer, which is only in Russian at the minute, showcases Shaolin bros Liu Kang and Kung Lao working for big bad dude Shinnok after their souls fell into the Netherrealm at the end of the previous Mortal Kombat title.