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Mortal Kombat 11 just released, but the newest fighting game in NetherRealm’s storied catalog is already deeply discounted on several storefronts.
Currently, Amazon is offering the game for $49.99 on the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. That’s $10 off MK11‘s original list price. There is no confirmation if this is a permanent price drop by the online retailer or simply a timed special.
The best part is that the $10 discount applies to the game’s premium edition and the Amazon special edition. You can pick up each edition by following the links below.
Mortal Kombat 11 Standard Edition
Mortal Kombat 11 Premium Edition
Mortal Kombat 11 Special Edition
Mortal Kombat 11 Standard and Premium PC Editions
Additionally, the fighter is currently available for PC on Green Man Gaming at a steep discount as part of the retailer’s Spring Sale.
Currently, MK11‘s standard and premium editions are discounted 25% on the storefront, bringing each to $44.99 and $74.99 respectively.
Edit: Seems like the below code (WB25) is no longer available.
However, you can enter the code WB25 to get another 25% off, bringing the standard edition to $33.74 and the premium edition to $56.24 – both ludicrous prices for a game that just released.
Green Man Gaming’s spring sale lasts until April 30.
Mortal Kombat 11 + $10 Gift Card
Although this isn’t technically a discount, Target is offering buyers a $10 gift card when they purchase any version of MK11.
You can find the deal here.
While our writer is still working on our Mortal Kombat 11 review, many fans and critics have already weighed in, mostly praising the newest fighter from NetherRealm Studios. However, some have voiced concern over the game’s difficulty and economy.
Luckily, Ed Boon, co-creator of Mortal Kombat and creative director at NetherRealm, confirmed via Twitter that a fix was incoming «soon».