After over a year of speculation, the solution to the mysterious Mortal Kombat 11 Tower of Time meteor secret has finally been found. Long time Mortal Kombat dataminer, TheThiny has long been referencing some buried Mortal Kombat 11 data that has suggested that the Tower of Time had housed some sort of secret event. This discovery was made a little over a year and a half ago, and since then no one has discovered any way to activate this secret. In fact, many had assumed that this may have just been some left over coding that eventually got scrapped, however, with the latest Mortal Kombat 11 update now out, it seems that this secret is now achievable thanks to TheThiny dedication to solving it.
Okay the actual combination is easier to remember lol! It's:
Left Up Up
— thethiny 🐰 (@thethiny) November 25, 2020
What does it do? Well it unlocks a random tower that rewards players with a random Kombat League skin! The way users input this code is pretty simple, though a costly one. For starters, players must be in the Tower of Time selection menu when the clock is ten minutes past the hour mark every two hours (schedule below). During this time a meteor will be seen running across the background, in which you can then enter the code above (Left, Up, Left, Right, Left, Up, Up) to receive a prompt that a new random tower is available! Additionally you will also need to following resources to actually play in the new found tower.
- 250,000 Koins to meet requirements
- 500 Hearts to meet requirements
- 2,500 Souls fragment to meet requirement
Secret Tower of Time Meteor Schedule (Eastern Time Zone)
- 1:10 am
- 3:10 am
- 5: 10 am
- 7:10 am
- 9:10 am
- 11:10 am
- 1:10 pm
- 3:10 pm
- 5:10 pm
- 7:10 pm
- 9:10 pm
- 11:10 pm
Oh and in case you didn’t recognize the code to unlock this new tower, this just so happens to match the same original input found in Mortal Kombat 1 (for the SEGA), which was ABACABB. This code enabled blood and gore for this version of the game, but was also a reference to the musical group known as ABACABB. Pretty cool little piece of history there for those that didn’t know!
This certainly is a big discovery for the Mortal Kombat community, and an exciting one at that. This is one mystery that can finally be put to rest, and hopefully there’s still plenty more to be discovered. In other MK11 news, make sure to check out this Movie Skin pack fix on PS5 in case it’s not showing up for you.