Rumor: Mortal Kombat Gets an Online Pass

Joystiq has a source telling them that Warner Bros. is joining the Online Pass parade with Mortal Kombat. The source forwarded them an email sent to retailers detailing the rather unremarkable online pass:

Mortal Kombat, available on April 19 for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system and the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, includes a one-time-use registration code that gives players access to all online modes in the game. Players who do not have a code will get a free two-day trial of the online play and then be able to purchase the online modes for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE Marketplace and $9.99 on the PlayStation Network.

The quirk to this is that, Joystiq says, the game box doesn’t make note of the online pass, and WB doesn’t intend to actually tell anyone (on purpose) about the pass. Which seems to defeat the purpose of the online pass, which is to encourage people to buy new. You know.

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