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Mortal Kombat X Is Apparently Selling 'Easy Fatalities' For Real Money

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Remember when we used to buy extra skins and cheats through the Krypt? Remember that even earlier, we just had to input a cheat to enable options like extra time for entering fatalities? I do too, but that's just good old memories now.

NetherRealm Studios is apparently selling 'Easy Fatalities' for real cash, for either 30 fatalities altogether or by batches of 5.

'Easy Fatalities' are basically easy inputs for fatalities, which can be frustrating to pull off for some gamers. While they were rather simplified for Mortal Kombat 9 and were easier to enter, it seems it's been a bit hardened for Mortal Kombat X again, and the easy inputs are being sold.

A batch of 30 'Easy Fatalities' costs €3.99(or $4,99), while the batch of 5 'Easy Fatalities' costs €0.79(or $0.99). Also with them is a 'Blue Steel Sub-Zero' skin, but skins are pretty 'casual' as paid DLC these days.

Selling easy inputs for money. Literally.

Is this a new step for the dark world of DLC? Will others adapt to such things? Are you fine with it or is this a bad cash-in?

Leave your comments, opinions, feedback and issues in the comments section below!



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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Tuesday, April 14, 2015