The countdown to Mortal Kombat 11 well and truly underway, but luckily these is a way to access it early.
It’s 27 years after the Mortal Kombat franchise spawned, and title number 11 is due to be released on April 23, 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
But before then a select number of people will be able to test out the game’s brand new story mode.
NetherRealm have now revealed plenty of information about what we can expect from the beta.
When is the Mortal Kombat 11 Closed Beta Release Date?
The Mortal Kombat 11 Closed Beta release date has been confirmed by NetherRealm.
It will go live from March 27 (or in some cases March 28) until March 31 (or in some cases April 1) on PS4 and Xbox One.
The specific Release Date times are listed below:
MK11 Closed Beta Start Time:
• UK – March 27, 3pm GMT
• The Americas – March 27, 8am PST
• Asia and Oceania – March 28 – 2am AEDT
• Europe and the Middle East – March 27 – 4pm CET
MK11 Closed Beta End Time:
• UK – April 1, 7.59am GMT
• The Americas – March 31, 11.59pm PST
• Asia and Oceania – April 1 – 5.59pm AEDT
• Europe and the Middle East – April 1 – 8.59pm CET
How to access the Mortal Kombat 11 Closed Beta:
In a Twitter post series creator Ed Boon revealed only those who have pre-ordered the game will have access to the Closed Beta.
Once you have pre-ordered the game you will receive a code from he retailer which gives you access to the beta.
What does the Mortal Kombat 11 Closed Beta include?
Those who have preordered the game will be able to sample the Mortal Kombat 11 roster, with five different character with unique abilities and fatalities.
This means players can try out fan-favourites Baraka, Jade, Kabal, Scarlet and Scorpion.
NetherRealm confirmed: “Players participating in the closed beta will experience a preview of the all-new Custom Character Variation System, which will offer nearly infinite customisation options to personalise fighters with a variety Skins, Gear, Special Abilities, Intro and Victory Cinemas, Taunts and Brutalities.
“Gameplay modes offered in the closed beta will include online multiplayer matches, along with Towers of Time, a single-player mode where players can test their skills through various challenges, providing more ways than ever to continue the Mortal Kombat 11 experience.”
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