Mortal Kombat 11 confirmed to have microtransactions

Mortal Kombat 11 confirmed to have microtransactions

Oh no!  Mortal Kombat 11 has been confirmed to include microtransactions.  The in game currency will be called Time Crystals and those can be used in the store to buy things like character skins, emotes, gear, and easy fatalities.

BUT and this is a big "but", nothing in the store you can buy will give you an advantage in fights.  So another historic franchise has joined the microtransaction trend and only time will tell how players will react to this one.

The good news is that NetherRealm has committed to a ‘no loot box’ policy on Mortal Kombat, so any additional moves or skills post launch will be added free.

Mortal Kombat 11 launches April 23.

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if you can earn these time crystals by fighting and not only by spending ZE money
then i'm fine with that


nexit1337 said:

if you can earn these time crystals by fighting and not only by spending ZE money
then i'm fine with that

so if someone has different color dress on their character, just because they spent some extra money to support the devs, you will hate the game? thats some f-ed up logics there... NR really hit the golden spot with this only skin microtransactions here, and there are already some poor people who won't even play the game complaining. 


I do not know, it's waiting to see the reaction of the gamers, I'm not much fan of MK but I have friends who love the franchise.






Microtransations to skip Shao Kahn is instabuy


Me: "No!" 

Announcer: "Flawless Boycott!"

"You can't break a man the way you do a dog or a horse. The harder you beat a man, the taller he stands." - The Jackal (Far Cry 2)


All they care is money after all :/






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NetherRealm Studios has announced that while Mortal Kombat 11 contains no "pay-to-win" aspects, players will be able to purchase cosmetic items with real money.

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