Mortal Kombat’s 1’s 5-day early access period for prime edition players, has now been officially confirmed. And also, the in-game currency has been revealed as “Dragon Krystals.”
Mortal Kombat’s 1’s 5-Day Early Access Period
Have you ordered Mortal Kombat 1’s Premium Edition yet? Count yourself fortunate as this simply means that you will be getting five extra days to get in some practice just before the game formally releases on Nintendo Switch, PC via Steam as well as Epic Games Store, PS5, and Xbox Series X on September 19, 2023.
Yes, that’s right, players who have pre-order the pricey premium edition of the fighting game which is called the Premium Edition, predictably enough – will be getting an exclusive five-day early-access period that allows them to start fighting from 10 am PDT (1 pm ET / 6 pm UK time) September 14.
The Availability of an Early Access Period
And just as Mortal Kombat 1 modder reverse engineer Thethiny has explained on X/Twitter, up until now, we only had the word of some reps of the customer service department that an early access period was readily available, but updates on the other hand that have been made to the online store listings of the fighting game on Steam and Xbox have reportedly confirmed what had only been rumors just before this point in time.
Mortal Kombat 1 In-Game Currency
And more interestingly, Thetiny has also discovered that the in-game currency of Mortal Kombat 1 will be known as Dragon Krystals, and they will also be utilized to “purchase cosmetic features for your fighters such as skins, palettes, gear, and more.”
“The Kameo system is phenomenal, but it’s an extra level of strategy on top of an already complicated game that has made me absolutely sure that I’m going to be terrible at it,” we stated.
“Often, whenever I tried to get Sonya in to assist me in a ground-based scrap, I’d instead merely make her fly overhead like a Red Arrow, giving us a cheery wave as she flew past us whilst we traded blows on the ground.”
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In other related news, the director of Tekken 8, Katsuhiro just revealed recently that the “silly threats” some purported fans send to him as well as other team members have a huge impact not just on their morale but however also on the costs as well as even on the inclusion of some characters of the game.
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