Kombatants, the time is now.
With the impending release of NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat 11 in a little over a month, and the closed beta to run from March 28 to 31, we’re giving away 25 beta keys each for PS4 and Xbox One players. That’s a total of 50 beta keys to give out!
Here are the regional timings for the beta:
- Starts: Wednesday, March 27, 3PM GMT
- Ends: Monday, April 1, 7.59AM GMT
Europe and Middle East
- Starts: Wednesday, March 27, 4PM CET
- Ends: Monday, April 1, 8.59AM CET
- Starts: Wednesday, March 27, 8AM PDT,11am EDT
- Ends: Monday, April 1, 11.59PM PDT, 2.59am EDT (April 2)
Asia and Oceania
- Starts: Thursday, March 28, 2AM AEDT
- Ends: Monday, April 1, 5.59PM AEDT
Mortal Kombat 11 is, without a doubt, one of the most anticipated games of the year. Already we’ve gotten a peek into how gory and brutal it’ll be, as well as newcomer Rhonda Rousey joining the roster as the voice of Sonya Blade. And now you can try a bit of it out for yourself before actually purchasing the full game when it launches on April 23!
With the beta trailer above, you’ll be able to play the beta as Baraka, Kabal, Jade, Skarlet, and Scorpion, each with custom character variations, as well as the classic Challenge Tower to stretch your skills to the limit.
Bloodbaths galore at Mortal Kombat 11's new gameplay reveal! Read more: https://geekcu.lt/2TVcfy7
Posted by Geek Culture on Thursday, January 17, 2019
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The giveaway is open to all, so do come and try your luck! The giveaway closes on 26 March 2019 @23:59hrs (GMT+8). The lucky winners will be notified via email by 27 March 2019. Good luck!
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