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Mortal Kombat 11 patch brings Towers of Time and Krypt fixes

Published: 15:59, 30 May 2019
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NetherRealm have released another big patch for their brutal fighter Mortal Kombat 11. This time, a fresh batch of fixes for Towers of Time, Krypt, some characters, stages and general gameplay issues have been rolled out on PS4 and Xbox.

Mortal Kombat 11, NetherRealm Studios' latest instalment in the brutal franchise has received another big patch, that focuses on many annoying bugs and issues that appeared lately or have been present in the game since launch.

The devs shared full patch notes for the update, listing all the changes, tweaks and fixes that have been implemented to the game's features such as Krypt, Towers of Time and more.

In Krypt, Kronika's chests will no longer rarely spawn in an inaccessible location while special chests that cost 80,000 and 250,000 coins will no longer have that price once you refresh them. Also, NetherRealm added a run button hint and fixed a bug that caused The Armory Door to be closed.

In Towers of Time mode, players will no longer be removed from the Tower of Time portal if they expire while being played. Also, some visual effects for modifiers have been fixed as well as Endurance Fights that should now award Flawless Victory correctly.

Furthermore, NetherRealm Studios also introduced a bunch of gameplay fixes and improvements. They corrected some moves lists, fixed several online desync causes and made improvements to AI logic. Also, some of the Brutalities had incorrect requirements or issues with the description but the devs fixed the issue, so you shouldn't have problems with performing these anymore.

There are also some character specific adjustments for most of the roster. Some of them include fixed Fatal Blow animations, attacks, throws and special moves. The full list of character bug fixes can be found .

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Keep in mind that the patch only arrived on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, so if you're playing on PC the only thing you can do is to at least check out the changes as you wait for confirmation on the release date for the patch. At the moment, NetherRealm did not confirm when the update will arrive to Master Race platform.

Mortal Kombat 11 is a fighting game by NetherRealm Studios

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