Looks like “Mortal Kombat XL” is coming to the PC platform after all. A clear sign that the game is coming to the PC is its beta build’s appearance on the Steam Database. Also, the console-exclusive installment’s PC release is currently being teased by its creator.
According to DSOGaming, the beta build of the game with the file name “MKXL Enhanced Online Beta” was recently added to the Steam Database, the website that provides players with the most reliable list of upcoming games for Valve Corporation’s digital distribution platform, Steam. The site also pointed out that many games are leaked via the Steam Database, so it is very certain that “Mortal Kombat XL” is coming to the PC.
In addition to the beta build leak, another indication that “Mortal Kombat XL” is going to be available on the PC platform soon is the hint Ed Boon, the game’s creator, dropped on Twitter recently.
On Tuesday, Boon took to the social networking site to share a snap of what looks like a motherboard, which he captioned: “Maybe we should Karry eXtra Long People who Care?” As per VG24/7, a good explanation on why Boon wrote the caption in a peculiar manner is because he wanted to highlight “MKXL PC” — an obvious clue on what’s about to happen to the famous game.
“Mortal Kombat XL” comes with every DLC released for the game thus far, such as Tri-borg, Leatherface, Xenomorph and Bo’ Rai Cho, among others, so many fans were disappointed when Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealm Studio released the game in March as an exclusive title for consoles.
Warner Bros. reportedly decided not to launch “Mortal Kombat XL” to the PC after the “Mortal Kombat X” PC version drew a lot of criticism over technical issues and other problems upon its launch, Digital Trends reports.