Mortal Kombat X: PS4 and Xbox One Copies Out In The Wild, Has 2 GB Day 1 Patch; Changelog Revealed


Mortal Kombat X is another one of the major AAA release that is out more than a week before its official release. People are streaming the game over at Twitch and there are rumors about the game’s campaign length being close to 4 hours, in addition to the game having a massive 2 GB day 1 patch.

Mortal Kombat X is a cross-generation game, that is getting a release on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One this month. PS3 and Xbox 360 are also getting the game, but their release was pushed back to Summer 2015.

As seen in the image below, the PS4 and Xbox One version of the game with day 1 DLC of Goro is now being sold in some stores worldwide. You can grab it too if you are lucky enough to have such a store near you.


Mortal Kombat X also has a 2 GB day 1 patch, which judging from the changelog, mostly deals with multiplayer, gameplay and localization fixes. You can check out the changelog below.

Version 1.01

  • Improved Online Stability
  • Multiplayer Invite Improvements
  • Gameplay fixes and balancing
  • Localized language fixes
  • Bug fixes

Mortal Kombat X is developed by Netherrealm Studios and published by Warner Bros Games.

Let us know if you have an early store copy of the game in the comments below.

  • 2gb patch!?
    this is why i dislike consoles and this gen.
    ps2 and xbox days were best.

    just buy game, pop it in and play!

  • Adam Durham

    What stores?

    • マリオ

      Usually mom and pop stores that sell games. It’s how they get business over national retail chains.