Mortal Kombat X comes out tomorrow in New Zealand, and today elsewhere, and with its launch comes a range of day-one downloadable content - including tokens to perform "Easy Fatalities" and the instant unlocking of all Krypt items.
As well as the previously-revealed Kombat Pack season pass and a skin for Sub-Zero called Blue Steel, the game's day-one DLC includes a five-pack of Easy Fatalities for $1.40 on Xbox One / $1.65 on PS4, a 30-pack for $7.45 on Xbox One / $7.95 on PS4, and "Unlock all Krypt Items" for $24.95 on Xbox One or $31.95 on PS4.
Easy Fatalities are a consumable item that allows a player to perform a finishing move with a two-button combo, instead of the more complex standard inputs. Each player starts the game with three of them, and more can be earned by spending Koins in the game, though whether or not you get Easy Fatalities or something else entirely is randomised, making DLC the only sure-fire way to obtain more.
It's worth noting that Easy Fatalities have no direct effect on gameplay, because like standard Fatalities, they can only be used on an opponent who's already been defeated. Likewise, the items obtained through the Krypt, either through gameplay or by purchasing the Unlock all Krypt Items add-on, are all cosmetic.
Meanwhile, digital comics service Comixology is celebrating Mortal Kombat X's launch by making the first issue of the prequel comic completely free.