Mortal Kombat 11 announces closed beta start times
So fighting game fans, it’s time to get really excited because the next period of testing for Mortal Kombat 11 is on the horizon. Those who pre-order the game for PS4 or Xbox One will get in on the bloody action starting on March 27th.
This information was revealed by the official Mortal Kombat Twitter account, showing the variosu start times for the Mortal Kombat 11 closed beta. The dates are sorted by regions, some some gamers will get access slightly ahead of other areas.
In North America, it will run from 8am PT on March 27 until 11:59 PT on March 31. In the UK, it runs from 15:00 GMT on March 27 until 7:59 GMT on April 1. The rest of Europe and the Middle East can play the Mortal Kombat 11 Closed Beta from 16:00 CET on the 27 until 8:59 CET on April 1. Countries within Asia and Oceania will be able to try out the game for themselves from 2:00 AEDT on March 28 until 17:59 AEDT on April 1.
NeatherRealm is using this testing period to iron out the last few major bugs and network issues prior to launch. Players in other testing periods reported a few issues with game speed and rendering in the earlier builds of Mortal Kombat 11. The developer wants to assure players that they’re working on getting the last few issues worked out ahead of the final release.
The company isn’t sitting on their hands this month in terms of generating hype either. They recently announced the return of Cassie Cage. NetherRealm has pushed out a handful of other character trailers too, including D’Vorah and Kabal. Jade is also coming back to the game.
In other news, good news actually, NetherRealm is currently looking to add cross-platform play to their latest game. There’s also a kool Kollector’s Edition of the game, including a really great Scorpion mask as a bonus.
Mortal Kombat 11 will release for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on April 23. If you want to pick up the game, go grab MK 11 on Amazon.
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