IN A NUTSHELL:
- A nod to MK11 enables us to enjoy 60 fps in cut-scenes;
- The modification also adds support for Ultrawide resolution (21:9 format);
- Developers remove mod information from Steam and ban people who discussions it.
The PC version of Mortal Kombat 11 has received an interesting modification, which enables us to remove the 30 fps cap in menus, intros and cutscenes, such as Fatalities or some of the more spectacular attacks (X-ray). In addition, the mod enriches NetherRealm Studios's title with support for the 21:9 aspect ratio (Ultrawide resolution).
Limitation to 30 FPS makes sense in the case of consoles - due to dynamic camera shots and more advanced effects, without this limit there could be problems with smoothness. However, on a PC meeting recommended hardware requirements this solution is completely unnecessary. After starting the modded game, the animation frame limit is removed by pressing the F11 key and the F10 activates support for the Ultrawide resolution.
You can download the mod at this address, and its installation is very easy (just unpack the .zip package and open the file inside). The creator warns that the file can be reported by some antivirus programs - it is supposedly related to the way it works (it affects the game processes while it is running). The author assures you that the file is safe, but it is worth keeping the warning in mind anyway. It should also be noted that the developers of the game removed the information about the mod from Steam and ban people taking part in the discussion - seems like they do not like it.
- Mortal Kombat 11 - official website