Almost a month after its release, Mortal Kombat 1 for the Nintendo Switch has gotten its first major update. NetherRealm Studios has made multiple changes that aim to improve the overall experience for players. Not only does the update address various issues, but it also brings new content that fans have been waiting for.
Nobody likes to wait, especially when they’re in the mood for some fast-paced action. With this new patch, loading times are said to be improved, allowing players to jump into the game quicker than before.
Crashes and bugs can ruin a gaming session, so the update also aims to improve the game’s stability. Additionally, localization fixes have been made, meaning the game should offer a better experience for players across different regions.
The new patch brings some much-needed balance adjustments, though specifics are yet to be revealed. These could include tweaks to characters, moves, or other gameplay elements to keep things fair and exciting.
For those who like to see how they stack up against others, the update includes fixes for the game’s leaderboard system, ensuring accurate and fair rankings.
Patch Notes for October 11
- Season 1 of Invasions
- Gameplay balance changes
- Leaderboard fixes
- Visual improvements and general bug fixes
- Performance improvements
- Loading time improvements
- Stability fixes
- Localization fixes