Mortal Kombat X

Mortal Kombat X combines cinematic presentation with all new gameplay to deliver the most brutal Kombat experience ever.
EU & US Release date: 14 Apr, 2015

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Warner pulls Mortal Kombat X patch after players report data wipes

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Fatality. Warner Bros has pulled the latest Mortal Kombat X patch, which fixed a lot of issues with the bloody brawler, but also deleted a lot of player data in the process.

That data included unlocked characters, costumes and so on from the in-game Krypt store, as well as general storyline progress. Not good, in other words.

Jason Vorhees will make his Mortal Kombat debut on May 5

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Cult horror icon Jason Vorhees will be hacking and slashing his way into Mortal Kombat X this May 5, as part of the brawler's Kombat Pack DLC. The lumbering maniac's release date was revealed in the latest Kombat Kast.

Mortal Kombat X patch aims to tidy up some lingering post-launch issues

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Mortal Kombat X had something of a dodgy launch on PC last week, with players left unhappy at the game's poor netcode and frequent crashes. Fortunately Netherrealm released a patch over the weekend to help sort out some of those issues.

They've also handed out some Krypt Koins to thanks fans for their patience. Krypt Koins are a kurrency that you kan use to buy various trinkets, such as kostumes for your favourite kharacters. See how annoying that is, Netherrealm?

Mortal Kombat X was "biggest launch" in the series history

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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 launch has been troubled with Steam's new download system.

Steam's new download system 'breaks' Mortal Kombat X

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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 system Valve has 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.

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