NetherRealm and Warner Bros. have released a patch today for Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition to fix some additional issues that were highlighted by the Steam community.
The primary fix was for a crash involving Noob Saibot.
The previous patch released on 7/23 was designed to fix several long-standing bugs and improve the network multiplayer code for systems that meet the Recommended Spec for online play.
We would like to clarify that a good network connection and a system capable of maintaining 60 fps are required in order to receive the best possible online experience:
1. Start with a machine that meets or exceeds the Recommended System Requirements 2. Run AutoConfigure from the Video Settings Option menu. 3. If you experience any further performance problems, disable the most costly effects such as Anti-Aliasing. 4. Make sure to watch the Ping display for opponents that have a rating of (4 = Good). Connections to a lower Ping value may slow down online play.
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition
Game update, July 23, 2014
Jul 23, 2014
As many community members have noticed, Warner Brothers and NetherRealm have released a significant update for Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition on Steam.
Here is a list of changes in this update:
Updated the game launcher o Added video card selection option - Fixes auto-detection problems on laptops with Optimus technology - Solves performance issues for many laptops with dual GPUs o Added support for letterbox display toggle - Fixes problems with 4:3 and 5:4 aspect ratios
Several performance optimizations
Changed video settings options o Added ability to toggle memory restriction - Removed region lock for multiplayer matchmaking o Allows for a larger pool of online players - However, very long distance matches may experience slower network performance
Improvements to online multiplayer o Fixed issues with Private Matches o Updated KOTH o Fixed multiplayer crashes
Fixes and updates for several peripherals
Removed microphone support from voice chat o Players may use Steam Chat