Developer Netherrealm has announced that the PC version of Mortal Kombat X will get a new update that will improve online play and bring other improvements to the code.
During a new live stream, Mortal Kombat X co-creator Ed Boon said the development team of the game is continuously working towards improving online performance of the PC version.
Ed Boon said:
We are constantly working on the online, [that] back and forth,” Boon said. “We’ve taken steps to improve on it. It’s certainly better than where we were at launch, but by no means do we feel like we’re at where we want or need to be.
One of the notable changes they want to make in online section of the game, is giving players option to back-out of a match if you or your opponent have a bad internet connection.
Players will be allowed to decide a connection threshold, and will be given an option to choose a different opponent if they feel their opponent has a poor connection.
As for the living towers, faction page and leaderboards; developer are working on an update that is going to “dramatically” improve loading times on PlayStation 4.
The PS4 update is due out any day now.
The PC version of Mortal Kombat X was developed by High Voltage Software, and is reportedly suffering from several issues since release. Ed Boon assured fans that huge improvements are on the way.