Mortal Kombat 11, One Month LaterTime: May. 27, 2019
One month has passed since the launch of Mortal Kombat 11. One month during which microtransactions were discussed. For a month, violence creates a nightmare. Every time Sonya Blade opens her mouth, she writhes for a month. The first month in which surely there will be years of very good fights.
Mortal Kombat 11 Steam Key came out on April 23 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. Gaming sites, including this one, have praised the game for its accessibility, phenomenal tutorial and story mode full of emotions. Metacritic, the review site, has been flooded with negative ratings from users, many of which cite widespread monetization and microtransactions, which in turn are absent.
The versions for Nintendo Switch and for PC of Mortal Kombat 11 are not completely synchronized with the versions of Xbox One and PlayStation 4. While the developers of Netherrealm Studios focused on the PS4 and the Xbox One, QLOC created the version for PC and Shiver. Entertainment supported switch port. This resulted in inconsistencies between the home versions.
On the day of the game's launch, Netherrealm promised a solution to reduce the level of difficulty of the Towers of Time challenges and increase the benefits of achieving the game's objectives, facilitating the unlocking of new elements in the crypt. On April 26, the Warner Bros. publishing house released a roadmap of upcoming patches and updates for the four versions of the game. The updates also rewarded novice players for their patience and gave them a lot of money to unlock items in the crypt.