Date: October 24, 2023
By Hanna Rose
One month after launch, Mortal kombat 1 has finally added the option to pin kombos.
Mortal Kombat 1 has just rolled out a long-awaited update that introduces a feature fans have clamored for since the game’s early access period in September. The new addition allows players to pin combos to the heads-up display (HUD), a feature that was a staple in previous games like MKX, Injustice 2, and MK11 but was strangely absent in MK1.
This much-anticipated update was confirmed after Ed Boon, the creative mind behind the franchise, tweeted earlier this month, “We kontinue to listen. “Let’s maintain open lines of communication to enhance MK1 and make it the best game possible!”
” A fan, @Xavier1415, inquired about the possibility of pinning combos, to which Boon replied, “We will certainly look into this.” Fortunately, gamers didn’t have to wait too long for this request to materialize.
With the update, players can now pin specific combos and moves to their screen while in-game, eliminating the need to repeatedly access menus to memorize attack combinations. This enhancement promises a more seamless gameplay experience, especially for newcomers to the game.
Beyond the combo pinning feature, the latest update offers additional improvements. Players can now activate a ping/connection indicator through Online Options. It also enables the option to mute voice chat and microphone in the Audio and Pause Menu Settings, potentially reducing the instances of awkward domestic disputes that become viral sensations. It’s advisable to keep personal matters out of the Kombat League!
Moreover, NetherRealm Studios has addressed issues related to the persistent yellow notification for new items, ensuring that it now clears properly. The update mentions “general gameplay bug fixes,” though the specifics remain unclear. The community can, however, rejoice in the fact that Cyrax has been nerfed, with the spin attack now consuming an entire Kameo bar, a change met with enthusiasm by players who anticipate greater character variety in online battles.
In other exciting Mortal Kombat news, Andrew Morgado, the voice actor for Reptile, has hinted that Terminator 2’s T-1000 will be included in future DLC. He disclosed that the character will be portrayed by the original actor, Robert Patrick, corroborating data-mined voice lines from Peacemaker (a character from the first Kombat Pack), where he mentions an unfamiliar character resembling his father. To provide context, Robert Patrick played Peacemaker’s father in the TV show.
While characters from the first Kombat Pack are scheduled for release throughout the year and into 2024, fans will need to wait patiently for the DLC characters like Ghostface and T-1000 to make their way into the game. Nevertheless, this revelation offers an exciting glimpse into who might join the Mortal Kombat 1 roster in the future.
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