Time Krystals are a new type of in-game currency available in Mortal Kombat 11 that can be earned in the game or purchased using real money via the PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo and PC online stores. Time Krystals can be used to purchase cosmetic items for characters. They are not required to progress or advance in the game and cannot be used to purchase augments or any advantage in gameplay.
Time Krystals offer more opportunities to customize your fighters without affecting gameplay or game progression. The cosmetic items for your character’s overall appearance are for your own personal preference, depending on how you want your fighters to look.
What are Time Krystals, and how do I earn them?
Time Krystals are in-game currency that can be earned in the game or purchased with real money through the PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, Google Stadia and PC online stores. Time Krystals can be used to purchase cosmetic items for characters. They are not required for any aspect of the game and do not provide any advantage in gameplay.
What can I get with Time Krystals?
You can purchase cosmetic items to change the look of your character, depending on your own personal preference. Cosmetic items can also be earned through gameplay and are not required for any aspect of the game.
Do I have to pay for Time Krystals?
No, you don’t have to. Time Krystals can be earned in the game. They can also be purchased with real money via the PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, Google Stadia and PC online stores.
Do Time Krystals give me an advantage in the game?
No, Time Krystals do not give you or other players any advantage in the game. They are used for cosmetic items that do not affect gameplay or game progression.
Are any cosmetic items exclusively gained through Time Krystals?
No, any item that is purchasable with Time Crystals can also be earned directly in the game. No cosmetic items are exclusive to Time Krystals.
Are there loot boxes in the game?
No, there are no loot boxes in the game.
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