Mortal Kombat 11 was due to arrive at the switch worldwide in April, when several European retailers updated their product entries for the switch version of the game and changed the start date to May 10th.
These dealers included Amazon and even the Warner Bros. Store (the company responsible for publishing the game). If this delay has not been set in stone, the official Nintendo UK Store will now also announce the arrival of the game for May 10, 2019. This confirms that the last entry in this region will not arrive on the switch on the same day as other platforms.
If you decide to pre-order the game on the UK Nintendo Store, you can choose between a stand-alone game or a special bundle. The £ 59.99 package includes a copy of the game and a Mortal Kombat Pixel Pals Lamp. The choices include Raiden, Sub-Zero and Scorpion. Check out below:
Mortal Kombat 11's Switch release in North America seems on track, with sites like GameStop and the local Nintendo store still having the original launch date of April 23, 2019.  This European delay is not the only setback for Mortal Kombat 11 after the change was confirmed earlier this month. Exchange holders would miss the Collector's Edition. Fortunately, pre-ordering one version of the game still unlocks the special character Shao Kahn.
Would a little delay like this make you buy another version of the game? Are you still going to buy the game when it's released on the switch? Tell us below.