NetherRealm Studios’ revealed via livestream some juicy details about the Kollector’s Edition (a GameStop exclusive in North America) and also its upcoming beta test on March 28.
It’s worth noting that Mortal Kombat 11’s beta will only be available to people who pre-orders the game. This is what we all know as private access beta, similar to Anthem’s VIP Demo later this month. If Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and NetherRealms will not have any other beta tests for the public, then this approach is evidently a business strategy to get as much pre-orders as they can before release.
It is disappointing in a way that majority of fighting games, even Bandai Namco’s Jump Force, have its own “open beta” to let everyone test out the servers’ stability before the game’s launch but not Mortal Kombat 11.