Mortal Kombat 1 Day One Patch Features More Finishing Moves

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NetherRealm Studios recently released Mortal Kombat 1 First day patch adding new content, fixes and more.

Mortal Kombat 1 Day One Patch Highlights

The new day one patch for Mortal Kombat 1 includes several bug fixes for Nintendo Switch, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S. This also made it possible for the game to be playable for early access customers.

The patch also adds more finishing moves and accessibility options on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, greatly improving the gaming experience.

Check out the full patch notes:

MORTAL KOMBAT PATCH NOTES

Xbox X/SY PS5

General

  • General bug fixes
  • Accessibility options added and developed
  • Character polishing and tuning pass.
  • Numerous additional finishing moves were added.
  • Improved and refined UI to include additional new options

Invasions

  • Substantial revisions and polish over several meetings.
  • General UI improvements
  • General bug fixes
  • Rebalanced boss fights
  • Adjusted table progression
  • Season 1 Added Content
  • Added challenge towers to the entrance table.

History

  • Movie player improvements.
  • Visual polishing of numerous scenes.
  • Setting up the end of the story and the final boss.
  • Added movies with 4k resolution.

Online

  • Matchmaking improvements
  • Bug fixes in online modes.

NINTENTO SWITCH

General

  • Allows for additional character/kameo roster, additional arenas, and customization.
  • Allows full tutorials, doom practice and practice mode.
  • Enable Towers and Tournament modes.
  • General bug fixes

History

  • Enable the full story campaign

Online

Kill Bill’s Easter Egg?

Apart from the first day patch, IGN has recently released a clip showing a particular Fatality move performed by Shujinko. He performs Kill Bill’s five-point palm exploding heart technique, which involves hitting a few pressure points on the chest before a fatal blow.

This Easter egg has now convinced fans to add a future DLC character to the game, The Bride, played by Uma Thurman in Kill Bill. The short clip was later shared by Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon.



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