Every character in 'Mortal Kombat 11' has a secret 'fatality' - here's how you can execute all of the game's brutal finishing moves
- "Mortal Kombat 11" launched on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on April 23, 2019.
- The latest entry in the violent fighting-game franchise features 25 new and returning characters characters. Every cast member has two "fatalities" - the ultra-violent finishing moves that made the original game so controversial way back in 1992.
- Every character has two fatalities: The one that the game tells you, and then a second, secret one that you have to unlock by playing. But there's some good news: If you figure out the button combination even before it's officially unlocked, you can use that second fatality at any time.
- Luckily for you, Below you can find the commands to perform all 50 fatalities in "Mortal Kombat 11," including ones that aren't unlocked at the start of the game.
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A new "Mortal Kombat" game means dozens of new "fatalities," the ultra-violent finishing moves that have defined the franchise since its birth.
After winning a match in "Mortal Kombat 11," the game prompts you to finish your opponent. That's your cue to execute a fatality with a special button combination.Every character in "Mortal Kombat 11" has two unique fatalities they can execute, but only one is unlocked at the start of the game. Luckily, if you learn the input for secret fatalities they'll still activate even if you haven't played enough to unlock it.
Below you'll find a list of all 25 characters in "Mortal Kombat 11," with both of their fatalities listed. Because the game is on multiple consoles, the buttons will change depending on which one you're using. I've used classic "Mortal Kombat" notation to list the fatality commands, and you can use the chart below to figure out which buttons you need to press, based on your preferred controller.
There are four attack buttons you need to keep in mind: Front Punch (FP), Back Punch (BP), Front Kick (FK), and Back Kick (BK). You'll also need to stand in a specific place on screen, either close to the opponent, at midrange, or full screen away. "Mortal Kombat 11's" Fatality Training Mode will give you the exact spacing on where to stand.
Every character in "Mortal Kombat 11" is arranged in alphabetical order with their fatality combos below: