Mortal Kombat 11 on PC
Don’t worry about controllers—Mortal Kombat 11 is on Steam now. An average gaming computer will run it easily, but not every hardware for work will fit. The minimal requirements are 64-bit OS, DirectX 11, and 8 GB of RAM. It will take around 65 GB of free space.
You will enjoy the same DLCs as PS4 or Xbox players have: Kombat Packs, Aftermath, and Ultimate set. Also, there are Standard and Premium editions, with the first including the game only, and Premium adding Kombat Pack 1 with 6 characters and 7 exclusive skins.
Playing with the gamepad is a common experience, but you can use the keyboard as well. The key actions are pretty scattered here and need some training before entering the rage of the mortal fight. However, you can change hotkeys in preferences for your comfort.
The developers have inserted the Denuvo anti-hack guard. Though some gamers are afraid it slows down the performance on the machine, NetherRealm swears it won’t crash, freeze, or bug like MKX did.
Optimization is now in the hands of the QLOC team. They have perfectly fixed the 10th version with the IJ2 port in particular and are in charge of the latest release on PC. The Steam players are safe now.
The intensive scenes are locked to 30 FPS by default. They are, for example, Fatalities and X-Rays. It doesn’t affect the experience—the average player won’t even notice that something changed in the Scorpion’s Fatal Blow. If you wish, you can find a side patch to unlock 60 FPS, but no one guarantees flawless work after doing that.
In general, PC players are satisfied by the fighting not less than users of controllers. All that you need now is memory and enough free space.