PC users are claiming that the amount of space that the game’s crash logs are eating up on their hard drives is enormous because Mortal Kombat 1 crashes so frequently.
Like any other modern AAA game, bugs are inevitable. These games require significant financial investment and adhere to strict deadlines, so it is understandable that they may be released with some imperfections. Mortal Kombat 1 is a prime example of this, as it continues to suffer from frequent crashes.
This issue has become particularly problematic for PC players, as the game’s crash logs are consuming a significant amount of storage space on their hard drives.
Mortal Kombat 1 was initially released in September and quickly garnered critical acclaim, receiving high praise from both gamers and critics alike. At the time of writing, the PC version of the game holds a Metacritic Score of 82, although the console versions have received even higher ratings.
The game has been commended for its smooth gameplay and intense combat. However, despite its positive reception, the PC version of the game has a persistent unresolved issue that is increasingly frustrating players.
As previously mentioned, the game experienced several problems upon its release. One significant issue encountered in the PC version was frequent crashing, to the extent that gamers have reported crash logs for Mortal Kombat 1 occupying approximately 1GB of storage space after each crash.
The initial awareness of this problem came from a Twitter user named X-Azeez, who shared a series of screenshots from LouRagou, an individual who had originally raised this concern on Steam more than a month ago.
Although not all crash reports consume 1GB of space, the smaller reports are gradually accumulating in size. While this may not appear to be a major concern, it can pose difficulties for players whose PCs have limited available storage. X-Azeez’s screenshots reveal a total of 41.6GB worth of crash reports.
While this issue is indeed significant, it is regrettably not the only problem encountered by players of Mortal Kombat 1. Numerous players on the PS5 platform have also reported incorrect input registration within the game.
Given that both of these issues are specific to certain platforms, many players are eagerly awaiting the developers’ resolution of these problems. Hopefully, the developers will address these issues promptly, as they have demonstrated a commendable track record in resolving similar concerns.