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Stadia is a service that allows you to buy and stream games to your TV in resolutions up to 4k & 60fps without needing a console or PC.
Mortal Kombat 11 is available to purchase and play on Stadia as of November 19th, 2019.
For details on what you need to access Stadia on your desired device as well as what territories are supported please check the Stadia availability & requirements help article.
No, a Stadia Pro subscription is not necessary to play Mortal Kombat 11 and to access all of the game features including multiplayer. A Stadia Pro subscription will allow you to play at up to 4k resolution, 5.1 surround sound, and provides other benefits. Please visit the Stadia website for full details on what is included with a Stadia Pro subscription.
Mortal Kombat 11 on Stadia includes all of the same game modes that it does on other Console & PC platforms, but platform-level features may vary by platform. Please visit the Stadia website for full details on the Stadia’s features.
Mortal Kombat 11 owners using the Stadia can play online multiplayer with other Stadia players who also own the game.
Purchases and settings for Stadia can both be managed using the Google Stadia app available for mobile devices. For more information about making purchases on Stadia please see the Stadia Purchase help article.
Note that at launch you’ll need to unlock Stadia with a code included in your Founder’ Edition, Premiere Edition, or from a Buddy Pass before you will be able to make purchases. For more details please see the Creating a Stadia Account help article.
For assistance with setup, connectivity, purchase, or streaming issues please contact Stadia support at https://support.google.com/stadia
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