Mortal Kombat (2011) was rebooted last month thanks to its inclusion in Xbox Backwards Compatibility support, but with this revival came some unexpected problems accessing the full array of in-game content. WB Games Support was quick to issue a solution and if you're still having problems - read on:
The WB Games boffins wasted no time addressing the complaint via Twitter, which can be resolved through a simple console update and by reinstalling the game.
This should enable full access for players using Xbox 360 disc copies of Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition on either the Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One consoles. If you've been playing other titles actively since first encountering the error -- chances are you're probably ready to go if you reinstall the game. Players experiencing persistent errors while accessing DLC are encouraged to contact Mortal Kombat Games Support.
Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition was the first game developed by NetherRealm Studios to support downloadable content, adding playable characters Skarlet, Kenshi, Rain, and guest character Freddy Krueger to a 27 character base roster of klassic kombatants from the original trilogy.
The 2011 game was both a retelling and reboot of the original arcade installments, launching a slightly altered new timeline that continues through sequels Mortal Kombat X and MK11. All three games have continued to develop persistent online features that may see future access depend increasingly upon developer support and elaborate fixes.
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