Mortal Kombat 11: How to Do Every Fatality

Mortal Kombat 11: How to Do Every Fatality

For many fans, the appeal of Mortal Kombat 11 will undoubtedly be testing their skills against opposing players in online battle. However, for others, executing a grisly Mortal Kombat 11 fatality on an incapacitated opponent may be the real prize, and there are certainly a myriad of particularly gruesome finishers to enjoy in NetherRealm Studios’ newest fighter.

That said, players that wish to tear their defeated opponents limb from limb will need to have a little information to do so. Specifically, they will need to know the range and button inputs required to launch a fatality, and these details have been collected below for all of the 25 base Mortal Kombat 11 characters.

How to Do Every Fatality in Mortal Kombat 11

For those that may be new to the series, executing a Mortal Kombat 11 fatality requires getting an opponent to the point where a finishing move can be done upon them — for complete clarity, this is when the words “Finish Him/Her” flash on the screen. When this point has been reached, players need to position themselves at the correct range for the fatality of interest and then enter the requisite inputs.

As indicated in the list below, there are three ranges from which a fatality can be executed: close, mid, and far. Finding the sweet spots for these ranges may take a bit of practice, but watching some of the videos below should certainly assist with spacing.

With respect to inputs, those are listed below for every Mortal Kombat 11 fatality. For the uninitiated, here is a key for understanding these inputs:

  • F: Forward
  • B: Back
  • D: Down
  • 1: PS4 – Square | Xbox – X
  • 2: PS4 – Triangle | Xbox – Y
  • 3: PS4 – X | Xbox – A
  • 4: PS4 – Circle | Xbox – B

Baraka

  • Food For Thought (Close): B, D, B+2

  • Rock, Paper, Baraka (Close): B, F, B+3

Cassie Cage

  • I <3 U (Mid): D, D, F+4

  • #GirlPower (Far): B, D, D, B+2

Centrion

  • Maintaining Balance (Mid): B, D, F, D+4

  • Good And Evil (Mid): B, D, B+3

D’Vorah

  • New Species (Close): B, F, B+3

  • Can’t Die (Mid): B, D, D+4

Erron Black

  • Melted (Mid): D, D, D+1

  • Death Trap (Mid): D, F, D+2

Frost

  • Ice Sculpture (Close): F, B, D+1

  • The Cyber Initiative (Mid): B, F, D, F+4

Geras

  • Phasing Through Time (Anywhere): B, D, D+3

  • Peeling Back (Close): D, F, B+1

Jacqui Briggs

  • Nothin’ But Neck (Mid): B, F, B+4

  • Spider Mines (Mid): F, B, F+3

Jade

  • Bow Before Me (Anywhere): D, D, F, D+4

  • Pole Dance (Close): B, F, D, F+1

Jax

  • Coming In Hot (Close): F, D, F+3

  • Still Got It (Close): B, F, B, D+1

Johnny Cage

  • Who Hired This Guy (Close): F, D, F+1

  • Mr Cage’s Neighborhood (Close): F, B, D, D+4

Kabal

  • Road Rash (Mid): B, F, D, F+3

  • Hooked (Close): D, D, D+4

Kano

  • Face Like A Dropped Pie (Close): B, D, F+2

  • Last Dance (Close): F, D, D+1

Kitana

  • Royal Execution (Mid): D, B, F+1

  • Gore-Nado (Mid): D, D, D, D+2

Kollector

  • For The Kollection (Close): D, D, D, D+4

  • Head Lanter (Close): D, F, B+1

Kotal Kahn

  • Totem Sacrifice (Close): B, D, B+3

  • Kat Food (Close): B, F, B, F+1

Kung Lao

  • Headed Nowhere (Close): D, F, B, D+2

  • Meat Slicer (Close): D, F, D+3

Liu Kang

  • Burn Out (Close): D, B, D, F+1

  • Belly of the Beast (Mid): B, D, B, F+2

Noob Saibot

  • Split Decision (Mid): B, F, B, F+4

  • Double Trouble (Close): D, D, D+1

Raiden

  • Alternating Current (Mid): B, D, B+1

  • Direct Current (Close): D, F, B+3

Scorpion

  • You’re Next (Far): B, D, D+1

  • Chain Reaction (Far): D, F, B+2

Shao Kahn

  • Back Blown Out (Close): B, F, D, D+2

  • Kahn-Sequences (Close): B, F, B+1

Skarlet

  • Bloody Mess (Mid): F, B, D+3

  • Heart Condition (Mid): D, D, F+4

Sonya Blade

  • To The Choppa (Mid): D, F, B+2

  • Supply Drop (Close): B, F, D+3

Sub-Zero

  • Ice-Cutioner (Mid): B, F, B+2

  • Frozen In Time (Mid): F, D, F+4

With access to this list, players will be able to easily enact any of the Mortal Kombat 11 fatalities that they desire. The problem then becomes choosing which one to use, as the gruesomeness of so many of them are truly heinous and sublime.

Indeed, some players may prefer the technological assault of the likes of Sonya Blade, while others may hold Shao Kahn’s more analogue approach in higher esteem. Whatever the case may be, there is certainly no shortage of tremendous finishing moves for players to enjoy now that the Mortal Kombat 11 release date has arrived.

Mortal Kombat 11 will launch on April 23 for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.

Source: Test Your Might


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