Mortal Kombat 11 releases this week, on April 23. There are three different versions you can buy for the game, and there are a handful of things you need to know about each of them. While they do come with the base game, there are some differences you’ll want to know before you purchase them.
Which Mortal Kombat 11 Edition You Should Buy
Mortal Kombat 11 Standard
For those who want the straight forward Mortal Kombat 11 edition, this is what you’re going to have. You’ll want to grab this and add it to your fighting game collection. However, if you pre-order this edition before time runs out, you’ll gain access to Shao Kahn and have the opportunity to play as him against through the arcade game and against other online players.
You can purchase this version from Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, the Microsoft Store, the PlayStation store, Nintendo Switch store, and Steam.
Mortal Kombat 11 Premium Edition
For any fan of the Mortal Kombat franchise who cannot wait to get their hands on the latest new character, you’ll want to make sure you pick this version up. With it, you’ll have access to Shao Kahn, along with the Kombat Packs. The Kombat Packs are going to have the new characters, skins, and much more. You’ll want to follow the NetherRealms stream as they reveal this additional combat as time goes by. They’re planning to have weekly live streams where they break down this information to their fanbase, showing what the new characters and skins as time goes by. If you can’t get enough of Mortal Kombat, this version is a great excuse to follow it continually.
You can purchase this edition for $100 from Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, and Steam.
Mortal Kombat 11 Kollector’s Edition
Now, we’re getting to the bigger stuff. This version includes everything we’ve already broken how, but now we’re getting to the more physical, expensive items. This version consists of the standard game, a steelbook cover for the game, and a Kollector’s edition Scorpion Mask that comes with its packaging. For those who want to purchase this, it’s going to cost $299, and you’ll need to order it through GameStop as it’s exclusive to their store.