NetherRealm Studios and WB Games have released a new patch for Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, and it brings a number of changes to the game. The update focuses on issues surrounding the game's playable characters, and that can make a dramatic difference in any fighting game. For most players, these changes should be quite welcome, particularly those that use fighters like Sonya Blade, Shang Tsung, and Kitana. Today also marked the release of the Femme Fatale skin pack, so fans have had a lot to be excited about today! WB Games has released full patch notes for Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath's new update, which can be found below.
General Gameplay Adjustments
- Move list corrections
Character Specific Adjustments
- Cetrion - Fixed a rare issue that could cause the first hit of Deadly Winds to not be able to trade under certain circumstances
- Cetrion - Bouncing Boulder no longer has its hit regions removed when it is reflected
- D'Vorah - Infested Krushing Blow now triggers when hitting Jacqui while she is airborne with Bionic Bounce, (Air) Shrapnel Blast, (Air) Prototype Rocket, and (Air) Grenade Launcher
- Kitana - Slightly adjusted the hit & repel regions of Square Wave and (Air) Square Wave
- Kotal Kahn - Mehtizquia Cut Amplify Krushing Blow now triggers when hitting Jacqui while she is airborne with Bionic Bounce, (Air) Shrapnel Blast, (Air) Prototype Rocket, and (Air) Grenade Launcher
- Sonya - Mortar Strike (K.A.T. Turret) will no longer sometimes fire in the wrong direction under certain circumstances
- Sonya - Fixed a visual issue with K.A.T. Turret - K.A.T. Tantrum damage effects not looking correct on some characters
- Shang Tsung - Fixed an issue that was preventing The Essence Thief Brutality from triggering correctly
It will be interesting to see what impact these changes have on competitive play! Following the update, NetherRealm community manager Tyler Lansdown shared on Twitter that an update for Spawn is also in the works. It's unclear when that change will be made, but it's clear that the developer is committed to keeping the game running smoothly!
That whiff is on our radar, it's on our plate.— Tyler Lansdown (@tylerlansdown) August 25, 2020