Fans looking to wind the clock back with a belated digital purchase of Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition may no longer be able to do so. The packaged and patched PC edition of the 2011 reboot has been removed from Steam. Read on for details:
Good news for PC users — Steam has offered user the ability to preload Mortal Kombat 11, which means they can download the game in advance of its actual launch on April 23. Although the game will not be accessible or playable immediately, it will be ready and waiting so that come launch day, MK players can dive right in.
This weekend is the time to save on games with the Warner Bros. Publisher Weekend Sale!
Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition and Injustice: Gods Among Us can be yours at a staggering 75% saving -- just $4.99 & $7.99 respectively!
Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition packs in all the extras released for the 2011 reboot fighting, including downloadable characters: Kenshi, Skarlet, Rain & Freddy Krueger! For full system requirements refer to the original release update.
You've got until Monday, September 22nd to grab a digital bargain on the Steam store! Fans looking for Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection won't have any luck. It was pulled from Steam at the beginning of the month [full story].
Fans of the original Mortal Kombat trilogy may be disappointed to learn Mortal Kombat: Arcade Kollection has been removed from the Steam digital store.
Mortal Kombat Online has learned the three-in-one game was removed Friday, September 5th. At the time of this reporting, no additional information was available.
Update Sep. 25: Arcade Kollection (mislabelled as "Mortal Kombat Kollection") is now back online! Check it out now for $9.99.
Anecdotal evidence points toward problems relating to the closure of Games for Windows Live [full story] and resulting corruption errors from profile retrievals. Some players have reportedly experienced virtual disk space crashes.
Arcade Kollection is still presently available for home console downloads via Xbox Live and PlayStation Store. The PC version was originally staggered from console releases, available from February, 2012 - some nine months after console release.
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Fans playing Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition on PC over the past few days may have noticed a Steam update rolling out from the boffins at NetherRealm.
The patch addresses several niggling issues revolving around visual display and basic functionality. According to Steam: the fix includes updates to peripheral support, online mode fixes, and general performance improvement.
- Steam Update (July 23, 2014):
- Updated the game launcher
- Added video card selection option
- Fixes auto-detection problems on laptops with Optimus technology
- Solves performance issues for many laptops with dual GPUs
- Added support for letterbox display toggle
- Fixes problems with 4:3 and 5:4 aspect ratios
- Added video card selection option
- Several performance optimizations
- Changed video settings options
- Added ability to toggle memory restriction
- Removed region lock for multiplayer matchmaking
- Allows for a larger pool of online players
- However, very long distance matches may experience slower network performance
- Improvements to online multiplayer
- Fixed issues with Private Matches
- Updated KOTH
- Fixed multiplayer crashes
- Fixes and updates for several peripherals
- Removed microphone support from voice chat
- Players may use Steam Chat
Last year, Valve Software announced that they were introducing their own entries into the world of gaming consoles. Their approach differs from that of Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo; they have gone the way of Android, where they have created their own Linux distribution called SteamOS, and are encouraging PC manufacturers to create their own hardware boxes called Steam Machines. While SteamOS can run any Steam game that has been ported over to Linux, its other big selling point is In-Home Streaming, which will allow players to control and play a game from one system while the game itself runs from a second system. Thus, a person with a Steam Machine could play a Windows game from a Windows-based PC on the same network.
Computer gaming nostalgists will be able to go home again with mouse and keyboard in hand thanks to the official release of Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection for PC!
GamersGate currently have the game listed for $9.95, for a 428.81MB download file. Arcade Kollection contains versions of the original games that made the series, a perfect package for curious millineals and 2011 converts who missed the early nineties originals -- Mortal Kombat (1992), Mortal Kombat II (1993) and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (1995).
Operating system Windows Vista (32/64 bit) / Windows 7 (32/64 bit)
Processor: 2.0+ GHZ Single Core Processor (Minimum Requirements) / 3.0 GHZ Dual Core Processor (Recommended)
Memory: 1GB RAM
Hard Disk Space: 3 GB
Video Card: NVIDIA 6200+ or ATI Radeon 9600+ Video Card, Shader Model 3.0 compatible, Supporting 16:9 Aspect Ratio (Minimum Requirements) / NVIDIA 7900 GS or Equivalent (Recommended)
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c