- 14 artsy cartoon mugs that’ll help make your days more creative 4 Years Ago
- Netflix cancels ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘The Punisher’ 4 Years Ago
- YouTube is fueling the rise in flat earth believers Today 11:04 AM
- Review: Crackdown 3 is not a world worth saving Today 11:00 AM
- Scathing privacy report calls Facebook a ‘digital gangster’ Today 10:50 AM
- 21 Savage goes deep on 21 Savage memes Today 10:49 AM
- Everyone is debating the number of towels you should own Today 10:47 AM
- How to unlock the Fortnite Prisoner stage 4 skin Today 10:45 AM
- Julian Assange reportedly nominated for Nobel Peace Prize Today 10:27 AM
- Major U.S. airlines will soon implement nonbinary gender options Today 10:21 AM
- Trump calls 25th Amendment talk a ‘coup’ attempt Today 8:42 AM
- The Hatebook: Inside Facebook’s thriving subculture of racism Today 7:29 AM
- Anthony Hamilton’s national anthem at All-Star game sparks MVP meme Today 7:02 AM
- ‘Subtle Asian Dating’ is the un-Tinder we all need right now Today 5:00 AM
- Man delighted to find 30-year-old computer still works Sunday 5:32 PM
Say goodbye to those alternate costumes.
A patch for the hottest new title in the fighting games world is giving players fits.
Mortal Kombat X players received an unpleasant surprise when their save file was wiped by a new patch from PC port developer High Voltage. The patch, which was designed to alleviate numerous quirks in the game’s PC version, has been pulled while developers determine the root cause of the data loss.
While Mortal Kombat lacks the kind of lengthy story mode of other titles, those who lost their save file likely lost numerous unlockable fatalities and costumes. Players can earn “koins,” the game’s digital currency, and redeem them in the Krypt, an in-game shop for various bonus content.
As of publication, High Voltage has yet to set a timetable for releasing a fixed version of the patch.
H/T IGN | Image via Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Ian Barker is a former video production contributor to the Daily Dot and Dot Esports. He now works as a social media producer for KXAN.