The Mortal Kombat 1 stress test is currently ongoing, and players who cannot secure a code are trying to get one through another method, with some paying hundreds of dollars to buy a code on eBay.
Earlier today, Mortal Kombat 1 stress test codes started popping up on online auction sites, and while other players seemed to be just trying their luck to make some money, the codes are now being sold for hundreds and hundreds of dollars. dollars… The codes are only good for the current stress test that started yesterday.
Get it, for example. Earlier today, it clocked an impressive $230 from 19 different bidders, but it eventually landed a winning bid of a truly impressive $810. And then there’s the deleted auction below, although it’s unclear whether the code was sold or the auction was deleted by eBay itself.
This is hilarious 😂 from r/MortalKombat
Perhaps unsurprisingly, other code owners are also trying to sell their codes, even though the trial ends on Monday morning (thanks, TheGamer).
Mortal Kombat 1 servers are being stress tested as we speak (well, write/read) on Xbox Series X and PS5that the trial ends at 8am PT / 11am ET (or 4pm BST) on June 26. That means no, it won’t be available for those hoping to play on PC or Nintendo Switchbut the good news is that for those lucky enough to receive an invitation, there is no need to have an online subscription to any service to play the title online.
Don’t worry if you can’t make the test pool this time, though – the upcoming game will also get a playable beta for those who pre-ordered the fighting game, starting in August.
“The Kameo system is amazing, but it’s an extra level of strategy on top of an already complicated game that makes me absolutely sure I’m going to be awesome at it,” we said in our Mortal Kombat 1 preview.
“Usually, whenever I try to get Sonya to help me with a ground-based scrap, I just fly her over the head like a Red Arrow, giving us a happy that wave as he flew past us as we traded blows above. earth.”