Killer Instinct free-to-play was a misconception, Glacius to be fully playable at EVO 2013 and 40 training lessons

Posted by SFilp • June 11, 2013 at 12:29 p.m. PDT
Killer Instinct free-to-play was a misconception, Glacius to be fully playable at EVO 2013 and 40 training lessons During the GameSpot E3 2013 stage event a few of the game developers from Double Helix Games were on stage to discuss their newly announced title Killer Instinct.


In particular a few rather important notes were made, the first thing mentioned was that there was a small misconception with the game being free-to-play. While the game is a launch title for the Xbox One, fans will be able to purchase the full game on it's release. There will also be a demo which comes with Jago as playable character where you can play all of the game's modes including online mutliplayer.

If you decided after playing the demo that you liked the game, you can selectively purchase packages which feature various characters.

Yesterday, during the announcement trailer Double Helix also showed off the character Glacius. It was confirmed that he would be fully playable during EVO 2013.

The last thing that was talked about was the game's 40 training lessons to try and teach players how to learn the game.

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