While Electronic Arts promises not to add microtransactions to the announced Fallen Order, the creators of Mortal Kombat 11 decided that
What is known
NetherRealm allow players to spend realmoney, but only for cosmetic items, postures and simplified “fatalities”. In an interview for Game Informer, MK11 producer Sean Himmerik said that the developers will not hide some of the content behind the Donat, so that all items are revealed through the game. In addition, the premium currency will not give players the advantage in battle.
Himmerik said premium currency onlywill save time for gamers, but did not specify how much. In the same Battlefront 2 players could also save up for new characters and cosmetics, but the volume of rewards slowed down this process a lot. At the same time, NetherRealm has confirmed that there will be no Luthboxes at the start.
Mortal Kombat 11 will be released on April 23 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.