MKXHook is a plugin for PC version of Mortal Kombat X.
Take a look at Steam guide page too! Steam Guide
|60 FPS Patch||Removes 30 fps lock from X-Rays, intros and fatalities. If your PC does not have required hardware, turning this option on might have negative impact on perfomance!|
|NPC Fixes||Female NPCs correctly play “Finish Her” and all NPCs can be finished. Rain now uses Kung Lao’s victory pose.|
|Disable Sweat Effect||Disables the sweat effect that appears during fights.|
|Character Modifier||Play as NPCs - Rain, Baraka, Sindel or Corrupted Shinnok. Change forced character in story mode or other modes.|
|Stage Modifier||Change stage to anything in any game mode.|
|Variation Manager||Load multiple variations for one character. Use other character variations (this will crash with certain variations!)|
|Player Control||Change speed and scale of players. Scale setting is visual only!|
|Speed Modifier||Change game speed, enjoy fights in slowmotion!|
|Camera Control||Freeze camera position & rotation. Freely move and rotate camera with keyboard hotkeys. Play in predefined custom camera modes: 3RD Person 1ST Person|
|Cheats||All cheats can be toggled for both P1 and P2: Infinite Health, Zero Health, 1 Health, Infinite Super Bar|
|Misc.||Unlock all costumes. Disable combo scaling.|
NOTE: You might need to turn off in-game V-Sync if 60 fps patch is not applied!
NOTE: This will work with DX11 (default) only! If you use DX10 or DX9 switches, please remove them.
Extract mkxhook.zip to Binaries\Retail folder of Mortal Kombat X.
If you are not sure how to find your Mortal Kombat X folder, search for it in your Steam library then right click on the entry and select Manage->Browse local files.
If installed correctly, a notification will appear informing that the plugin was installed and is ready to use. By default F1 will open or close in-game menu.
MKXHook can be configured using MKXHook.ini file - you can open it with any text editor.
If you are not sure what to type where, here’s a quick reference guide:
b - option can be true or false
i - option can be any number in decimal (1) or hex format (0x1)
All options have a comment attached to them.