22, 01, 2021 | The G FUEL Team | comments(0)

All Mortal Kombat 11 Fatalities (And How To Perform Them)

Combos and Fatalities in Mortal Kombat are what put the fighting game franchise on the map. The brutal display of modern art with corpses. Fatalities were such a violent concept in the ’90s that the government got involved. True story. However, it never even slowed the franchise down a bit. Here we are with Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate Edition out to buy/download that includes the base game and the Kombat Pack 1, Kombat Pack 2, and Aftermath DLC.

We here at G FUEL wanted to draw your attention to what makes this series so much fun to play. So we made a list of all 37 characters, their fatalities, and how to perform them — in ascending order of which ones we like the best.

Also keep in mind the Mortal Kombat 11 controls and button inputs for Xbox and PlayStation below.

Mortal Kombat 11 basic button inputs layout, including square PS4, triangle PS4, Circle PS4, and X buttons; and X, Y, A, and B Xbox buttons.Grip.gg

Don’t forget: 1, 2, 3, and 4 make it easier than reading “back punch” or “back kick.” We tried to make it easier for you to get a handle on.

How We Ranked Mortal Kombat 11 Characters

This was much easier to rank than our 15 Best Mortal Kombat 11 Characters To Annihilate Your Enemies. We ranked them while keeping in mind the easiest to perform, most violent, easy inputs, and most entertaining. They can't all be ringers, and while some back punch it out of the park, the rest are well done for each individual and speak to their fighting style.

Keep in mind that we didn’t include any Stage or Aftermath Stage Fatality types in this article. A Stage Fatality, for those of you who don’t know, is a special finisher that is designed to work on three specific stages. So, if you travel to either Dead Pool, Tournament, or Shaolin Trap Dungeon to fight your opponent on, each character gets their own unique Stage Fatality. While these are fun, they deviate from the fatalities that you can normally do. 

So, for now, let’s focus on the normal ones.

All Fatalities In Mortal Kombat 11


37. Geras

Geras from MK11.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Geras might have made it to our Top 5 for best characters, but his Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 11 are lacking in pizazz. Sure they are violent, it's Mortal Kombat, but for a player as powerful as Geras, you just expect more. 

You would think that a person with sand and time powers could be a little more devastating. Especially when his gameplay is quick, with good throws, good air attacks, and strong Krusing Blows. But it's ok, can’t be great at everything, right?

For PS4 or Xbox:

Geras Phasing Through Time

  • Back, Down, Down, 3 (Mid-range)

Peeling Back

  • Down, Forward, Back, 1 (Close)

36. Terminator

Terminator T-800 from MK11 Kombat Pack 1.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

It’s a shame that such a wonderful action movie icon is low on this list. It’s not that they are bad, it’s just that Terminator’s finisher moves don’t live up to the BA that the character is in the movies. 

Again, yes, it's violent enough, but not as creative as it could have been. Although Target Terminated does use the Terminator lore well enough to keep him in front of Geras. Sending his target back in time to get murdered by the T-Endoskeletons is a great use of old story components.

For PS4 or Xbox:

I'm Back

  • Back, Forward, Back, 1 (Close range)

Target Terminated

  • Down, Forward, Down, 4 (Mid-range)

35. Erron Black

Erron Black from MK11.

Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Here’s another one of our Top 5 characters who rank low on this list. It’s upsetting, but it could be worse. I just felt that having a cowboy could open the door for so many wonderful fatalities, and it feels like they dropped the lasso on this one. 

For PS4 or Xbox:


  • Down, Down, Down, 1 (Mid-range)

Death Trap

  • Down, Forward, Down, 2 (Mid-range)

34. Shao Kahn

Shao Kahn from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

The only thing most people know about Shao Kahn (unless you’re a die-hard fan) is that he’s the big guy with an even bigger hammer. His finishers are good but a bit predictable for a guy with a giant hammer. 

Although the names of both his finishers have pretty hilarious puns, so we give him a barely passing grade on this list. After two or three times of the Fatality video, though, you may end up choosing to just give your opponent a big ol’ uppercut.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Back Blown Out

  • Back, Forward, Down, Down, 2 (Close)


  • Back, Forward, Back, 1 (Close)

33. Jacqui Briggs

Jacqui Briggs from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Jacqui has a great set of combos and is used among top players pretty often. She’s a quick character that has all types of explosives and Cybernetic skills to pay the bills. However, she’s still in bottom rating as far as fun and interesting Fatalities are concerned.

Her Nothin’ But Neck Fatality is one that I could watch a few times and has a good ending to it, but much like Shao Kahn, after a while, it loses its glossy finish.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Jacqui Briggs Spider Mines

  • Forward, Back, Forward, 3 (Mid-range)

Nothin' But Neck Mid

  • Back, Forward, Back, 4 (Mid-range)

32. Kano

Kano from MK11Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Originally, Kano had a great finishing move in which he would rip out his opponents’ hearts. They, unfortunately, reduced Kano to just beating someone to death with his metal skull. 

However, the first time I ever watched his Last Dance Fatality, I actually laughed out loud. It still gives me a chuckle when I see it. The only reason he’s this close to the end is because Kano was one of the reasons the government had to step into video games. His second fatality, Face Like a Dropped Pie, seems gorey for gorey’s sake.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Last Dance

  • Forward, Down, Down, 1 (Close)

Face Like a Dropped Pie

  • Back, Down, Forward, 2 (Close)

31. Scorpion

Scorpion from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

One of our favorite ninjas, Scorpion, has some decent Fatalities, both of which you’ll have to stand a little back from your opponent. Because Scorpion needs some room to stretch his flex.

Scorpion is one of the better representations of his full character. His fire and ninja powers are prominent, and his acclaimed hook shot chain is in the forefront of both his Fatalities. Chain Reaction is still my favorite Scorpion Fatality because it’s quick and to the point.

For PS4 or Xbox:

You're Next

  • Back, Down, Down, 1 (Far)

Chain Reaction

  • Down, Forward, Back, 2 (Far)

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30. Baraka

Baraka from MK11.
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

I’ve mentioned that Baraka is like the most violent version of Wolverine that could be imagined. And so this is where I set the Fatality bar.

Baraka’s Fatalities are exactly what you want in these cut scenes. Quick, violent actions (perhaps with some humor) that best represent their characters. Both of Baraka’s do that easily. It sends a clear message that you don’t care who your enemy is while playing Baraka. You’re just going to slice through them as quickly as possible.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Baraka Food for Thought Close

  • Back, Down, Back, 2 (Close)

Rock, Paper, Baraka

  • Back, Forward, Back, 3 (Close)

29. Jade

Jade from MK11.
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Jade’s extending Jedi pole (no, it's not really a Jedi pole) really shines in her finishing moves. Her Bow Before Me Fatality is kind of bland, but it does score points in highlighting the pole’s deadliness.

However, her Pole Dance Fatality has a great pun in its gorey kill. That extra push to make the body spin shows the kind of humor that’s the very essence of wit. Kudos. 

For PS4 or Xbox:

Bow Before Me

  • Down, Down, Forward, Down, 4 (Anywhere)

Pole Dance

  • Back, Forward, Down, Forward, 1 (Close)

28. Liu Kang

Liu Kang from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Anyone that knows the origins of Mortal Kombat knows that Liu Kang was originally created as a traditional Chinese monk that was the only player whose fatality inputs never killed his opponent.

His story was written to mirror Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon, and Burn Out is a great homage to Bruce. His famous One Inch Punch (a front punch) at the end becomes a Captain Falcon’s Falcon Punch (also a front punch)! Belly of the Beast also gives a nice call out to Lee’s amazing talent with the nunchaku.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Liu Kang Burn Out

  • Down, Back, Down, Forward, 1 (Close)

Belly of the Beast

  • Back, Down, Back, Forward, 2 (Mid-range)

27. Kabal

Kabal from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Imagine if The Flash had giant hooked knives, could teleport, and was violent. That would be Kabal. With his Road Rash Fatality, Kabal drags his foe at super speed as their face dissolves on the road behind them. As extra insult, he hurls them at top speed as he teleports in front of them to slice their body in half. That's the kind of violent Flash we mean.

His Hooked Fatality makes me a little queasy, so I won’t describe it in detail. If you're still curious, pick up your Mortal Kombat 11 copy already and leave me alone!

For PS4 or Xbox:

Road Rash

  • Back, Forward, Down, Forward, 3 (Mid-range)


  • Down, Down, Down, 4 (Close)

26. Kollector

Kollector from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Kollector fights like The Hunter zombie from Left 4 Dead. It’s only fitting that his For the Kollection feels like that Rip-and-Tear type of Fatality. It’s plenty violent and fits the player well.

While Head Lantern is one of the oddest I’ve ever seen, it’s definitely worth your time to figure out why it's even a Fatality. I don’t want to ruin anything for you, but it baffles the mind.

For PS4 or Xbox:

For the Kollection

  • Down, Down, Down, Down, 4 (Close)

Head Lantern

  • Down, Forward, Back, 1 (Close)

25. Cetrion

Cetrion from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

“Master of all four elements, The Avatar was sent to bring pea...AHHHHH!” A quote from the dead guy that Cetrion roasted like a chicken then cut in half with rocks. I can promise you that won’t be the only Avatar joke you see in this list.

Anyway, that previous joke resembles Cetrion’s Maintaining Balance. Good and Evil, however, shows the true, raw power that is Cetrion by growing enormously and raining down Divine power. Truly a monstrous player.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Cetrion Maintaining Balance

  • Back, Down, Forward, Down, 4 (Mid-range)

Good and Evil

  • Back, Down, Back, 3 (Mid-range)

24. D’Vorah

D'Vorah from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

D’Vorah is one of those players that isn't high up on the tier list but is massively fun to play with. She’s also the reason I find insect powers so terrifying. “Never mess with the Queen” should be her tagline.

While Can't Die isn't the most imaginative, New Species 1,000% makes up for it. Not only does it involve her barfing a million grubs into her enemy, but it also creates its namesake. This Fatality gives me nightmares.

For PS4 or Xbox:

New Species

  • Back, Forward, Back, 3 (Close)

Can't Die

  • Back, Down, Down, 4 (Mid-range)

23. Mileena

Mileena from MK11 Kombat Pack 2.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Mileena, the hybrid Edenian and Tarkatan clone of Kitana, may be new to Mortal Kombat 11’s DLC lineup, but this isn't her first rodeo. And while Violent Delights isn’t the best they could have done with Mileena, it has a good Mortal Kombat violence factor.

However, with Spinning Out of Control, Mileena goes full Sonic the Hedgehog on her rival. It’s absolutely the most violent way to explain the power that Sonic has, but who am I to judge anyone?

For PS4 or Xbox:

Spinning Out of Control

  • Back, Down, Back, 2 (Mid-range)

Violent Delights

  • Forward, Down, Down, 4 (Close)

22. Fujin

Fujin from MK11 Aftermath.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Imagine if Aang was perpetually angry in the Avatar State. You’d have Fujin (see, I told you it wasn’t the last Avatar reference). Fujin shows us the absolute terrifying power of Air. I know that must sound silly, but Fujin is a pure example of how it could be destructive.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Wind Blade

  •  Back, Down, Down, Back, 1 (Far)

Twisted Twister

  • Forward, Back, Down, 2 (Close) 

21. Sheeva

Sheeva from MK11 Aftermath.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Sheeva is the Mortal Kombat 11 version of “Hulk Smash!” Well, at least as far as her Fatalities go. Deep down, I think we all wanted to see Hulk completely lose it and rip someone apart. Sheeva is probably the closest we will get to that.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Stomp the Yard

  • Down, Down, Down, 1 (Close)

Spinal Tap

  • Forward, Down, Down, Forward, 3 (Close)

20. Cassie Cage

Cassie Cage from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Now we come to the Top 20 of this list, starting with Cassie. Here’s where the Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 11 really start to shine. Fatalities that make you laugh and cringe all together. 

Cassie starts this part off with I <3 U. This is adorable and plays to her character, and is a Mortal Kombat 11 violence meter in the thumbs-up position. Girl Power seems kind of like a cop-out. But if the old America’s Funniest Home Videos show taught me anything, it's that everyone laughs at someone getting a front kick where the sun doesn’t shine.

For PS4 or Xbox:

I <3 U

  • Down, Down, Forward, 4 (Mid-range)


  • Back, Down, Down, Back, 2 (Mid-range)

19. The Joker

Joker from MK11 Kombat Pack 1.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Joker is really the only injustice player that belongs in Mortal Kombat 11. Not the old joker from the 60s, but the newer, more violent Joker definitely belongs here. The Clown Prince of Crime gets a few Fatalities that really make a good show of the evil that he exudes.

Party Pooper feels like a great Joker gag that starts with handing his adversary an exploding cake. Which ends exactly how you think it does with an even more violent twist at the end. Pop Goes the Mortal brings in the oversized boxing glove, which again, screams classic Joker gag.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Party Pooper

  • Down, Forward, Back, 2 (Mid-range)

Pop Goes the Mortal Mid

  • Back, Down, Back, 1 (Mid-range)

18. Frost

Frost from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Frost is one of my favorites. Her Ice Sculpture Fatality never ceases to get a laugh from me. The ice grenade she plants in her enemy explodes and freezes them into a perfect piece of art to have at any garden party.

It’s Cyber Initiative that really gets me though. The idea that Cyrax or Sektor may be a fightable player one day excites me as a fan. While both are NPC and part of the story, it's always nice to hope they may become playable.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Ice Sculpture

  • Forward, Back, Down, 1 (Close)

The Cyber Initiative

  • Back, Forward, Down, Forward, 4 (Mid-range)

17. Sindel

Sindel from Mortal Kombat 11 Kombat Pack 1.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Sindel always kind of creeped me out, like something out of my nightmares. Having control of all that hair and being that destructive with it is probably something the Medusa would have wanted rather than her snakes.

She can murder you with hair and screams like a Banshee (or Black Canary). Scream Queen shows how her voice is one to be reckoned with. Hair Today Gone Tomorrow focuses more on how she must go through bottles of shampoo on a regular basis.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Scream Queen

  • Down, Down, Forward, 4 (Close)

Hair Today Gone Tomorrow

  • Back, Forward, Back, 1 (Mid-range)

16. Jax Briggs

Jax Briggs from MK11.
Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

I was super into WWE as a kid, and Jax would have been the best there ever was. Coming in Hot proves that he knows how to pull off the most violent clothesline ever.

If you’re watching an action movie and the main character doesn’t cut a guy’s arm off and beat him to death with it, then is it really an action movie? Well, Jax has you covered on that end too. Still Got It is a hilarious and gruesome way to show it.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Coming in Hot Close

  • Forward, Down, Forward, 3 (Close)

Still Got It

  • Back, Forward, Back, Down, 1 (Close)

15. Raiden

Raiden from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Everyone knows how deadly lightning is. This god of AC/DC violently shows off this power. While Alternating Current seems violent for violence’s sake, Direct Current might start off with lightning swords. They’re visually awesome, and they look like something electricity can actually do. 

For PS4 or Xbox:

Alternating Current

  • Back, Down, Back, 1 (Mid-range)

Direct Current

  • Down, Forward, Back, 3 (Close)

14. Kitana

Kitana from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Fan-dancing is a subtle art. When it comes to Kitana, it becomes a deadly one. Her Royal Execution is kind of bland. But it still isn’t without a good laugh when she adds insult to injury by kicking her fan in blade form right into her contender’s head.

Gore-Nado alone is worth playing as Kitana. A great pun that basically explains exactly what she’s doing. Without even seeing it, I bet you can guess what it entails. Or should I say what it entrails...because she rips your guts out while spinning around like a tornado.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Kitana Gore-Nado

  • Down, Down, Down, Down, 2 (Mid-range)

Royal Execution

  • Down, Back, Forward, 1 (Mid-range)

13. Kotal Kahn

Kotal Kahn from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Kotal Kahn is one of those deceiving larger characters that are more well-rounded rather than slow and powerful. Getting the hang of this guy takes time, but once you do, pulling off his fatalities feels so gratifying. Totem Sacrifice made me cringe at first, and then it made me laugh with the summoning of a comically large stone skull that smooches his rival’s head.

Kat Food, on the other hand, is where Kotal Kahn turns into a big, murdering kitty! Everyone knows from the Tiger King that Big Cats are the best cats, so that gets Kahn further up on the list. Seriously, that's why he’s so far up here.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Totem Sacrifice

  • Back, Down, Back, 3 (Close)

Kat Food

  • Back, Forward, Back, Forward, 1 (Close)

12. Nightwolf

Nightwolf from MK11 Kombat Pack 1.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Nightwolf is an Indigenous warrior who fights with all the rage of the animal spirits. While Komo-tose speaks to the hipster inside me with his ax-throwing abilities, it’s really War Ritual that pulled me in.

As we learned from Kotal Kahn, I’m a sucker for anyone that uses animals in their Fatalities. Nightwolf uses the Spirit of Komo (the Bear) to tear apart his enemy. Komo literally rips them in half while letting out a huge roar, but all I want to do is give him a big ol’ bear hug.

For PS4 or Xbox:

War Ritual

  • Back, Forward, Back, Forward, 2 (Close)


  • Down, Down, Down, Down, 4 (Close)


Sub-Zero from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

I know I’ve used the phrasing “insult to injury” a few times in this article, but no one does that better than Sub-Zero. Both of his Fatalities take out his opponents with ease and add a “little extra” in disturbingly hilarious ways.

Ice-Cutioner, which starts with Sub-Zero’s enemy on the chopping block, ends with a frozen head and a big front punch to make it explode for good measure. Frozen in Time, which is more violent and makes good use of Sub-Zero’s ice clone and slide move, adds extra oomph at the end. It took me off guard and actually made me laugh.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Sub-Zero Ice-Cutioner

  • Back, Forward, Back, 2 (Mid-range)

Frozen in Time

  • Forward, Down, Forward, 4 (mid-range)

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10. Rain

Rain from MK11 Kombat Pack 2.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Rain is a ninja who has some divine power and uses water as his mastered element. While performing Eye-Solated, Rain uses his water powers to tear his enemy into pieces. He even keeps a disgusting memento by creating a water bubble in his hand with the opponent's eyes dropping into it.

Power Washer is what puts Rain in the Top 10 of this list. After he performs his Super Roundhouse kick on his enemy, he uses two high-pressure streams to blast two holes into their body. The camera then pans through the hole made in the chest, where Rain poses alongside Ermac, Reptile, and Smoke in homage to the cover of Queen's album Queen II. Before slicing his enemy apart with two jets of water. Classic. Plus, Queen rules!

For PS4 or Xbox:


  • Back, Forward, Back, Down, 2 (Mid-range)

Power Washer

  •  Back, Down, Down, 1 (Close)

9. Skarlet

Skarlet from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Skarlet is one of the most deadly blood benders in pop culture (I swear to Raiden that is the last Avatar joke I put in here). Seriously though, Skarlet is a deadly fighter, one of my favorites for combos, and is a strong zoner. Her Fatalities are also a great example of how deadly she is.

Whether it’s forming blood crystals from her opponent’s own blood to pierce their body like in a Skarlet Bloody Mess (great name for a cocktail!) — or it's overloading her challenger's heart like in Heart Kondition so it explodes in their chest — Skarlet is someone not to be messed with.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Skarlet Bloody Mess

  • Forward, Back, Down, 3 (Mid-range)

Heart Kondition

  • Down, Down, Forward, 4 (Mid-range)

8. Rambo

Rambo from MK11 Kombat Pack 2.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

John Rambo, one of the newest fighters to come in the Kombat Pack 2, is another pop culture icon just like Terminator and Robocop. He’s a man that doesn’t hold back his kills, which sometimes feel like Over the Top (another Slyvestor Stalone movie, look it up) Hollywood kills.

In Straight To Valhalla, Rambo throws his knife into the enemy's shoulder, causing them to stumble onto a wire connected to a trap covered by leaves. The trap springs up to reveal bamboo spikes that impale the enemy and keep them still while Rambo walks up behind them and gets even more violent. 

Parilla Thrilla made me laugh harder than it should. Rambo wraps an ammo belt around his enemy's waist and hits them with a front kick, sending them onto a bed frame that’s being electrified by a generator. It goes on a little longer, but like, enough said. Right?

For PS4 or Xbox:

Straight to Valhalla

  • Back, Forward, Down, 1 (Mid-range)

Parrilla Thrilla

  • Down, Forward, Down, 4 (Close)

7. RoboCop

RoboCop from MK11 Aftermath.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

As with Rambo, RoboCop is an 80s pop culture icon known for excessive violence. And RoboCop comes fully loaded with the nostalgia of violent action films. 

For those of you unfamiliar with the old movies, Thank You For Your Cooperation is actually a reference to a scene in RoboCop where the titular hero blasts a thug in the ...NetherRealms… because he has a hostage. Dead or Alive, on the other hand, harkens back to when the ED-209 malfunctioned and absolutely went haywire on someone in a boardroom meeting.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Thank You For Your Cooperation

  • Forward, Down, Forward, 1 (Mid-range)

Dead or Alive

  • Back, Forward, Down, Down (Close)

6. Kung Lao

Kung Lao from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Kung Lao has one of those oddly recognizable features in his spinning hat. Mortal Kombat 11 definitely makes you remember he’s a guy with a hat. Despite being the hat guy, Kung Lao has two gross but hilarious Fatalities.

Headed Nowhere has a comically long action movie troupe where something gets kicked up into the air and a lot of action happens in between it landing. Classic stuff. Meat Slicer, on the other hand, is one of the few Fatality inputs that made me cackle in my living room the first time I saw it. It’s the love scene Swing-Around-By-The-Arms move but in the worst imaginable way. 

For PS4 or Xbox:

Kung Lao Headed Nowhere

  • Down, Forward, Back, Down, 2 (Close)

Meat Slicer

  • Down, Forward, Down, 3 (Close)

5. Spawn

Spawn from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

I’ve been a fan of Spawn since Todd McFarlene first induced him in 1992. Spawn isn't new to the fighting game genre, and Mortal Kombat is the perfect playground for him to wreak havoc.

Both of his Fatalities, Rest in Pieces and Unchained, show off the deadliness of Spawn’s cape and chains. If you didn't already learn this by losing to him, they have no problem reminding you.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Rest in Pieces

  • Forward, Back, Down, Down, 3 (Mid-range)


  • Forward, Back, Forward, 4 (Mid-range)

4. Noob Saibot

Noob Saibot from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

His parents couldn’t have known that Noob would have been an insult on Earth, but what can you do? Maybe think twice if you want to insult Noob Saibot, though. His fatalities are brutal but fun in a disturbing way.

Split Decision really should have been called Fun with Portals. Missing the pun aside, it shows Noob’s deadly power. Double Trouble has certain artistry to it. Not in a Salvador Dali way, but in a Chris Angel sort of way.

For PS4 or Xbox:

Split Decision

  • Down, Down, Down, 1 (Close)

Double Trouble

  • Back, Forward, Back, Forward, 4 (Mid-range)

3. Sonya Blade

Sonya Blade from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Sonya Blade is one of the most badass women in gaming. She’s one of the best MK11 characters (she has a deadly back kick), and her Fatality inputs are perfect in the way that overkill is an understatement. 

Not only is To the Coppa an amazing pun, but it's exactly what you think it might be. Sonya throws her opponent in helicopter blades in the most excessive way imaginable. Supply Drop has the same feel to it. She calls in a droid that can do a little more than etiquette and protocol. 

For PS4 or Xbox:

To the Choppa

  • Down, Forward, Back, 2 (Mid-range)

Supply Drop

  • Back, Forward, Down, 3 (Close)

2. Johnny Cage

Johnny Cage from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Hollywood Action star and Cassie’s Dad, Johnny Cage, is a fun player to use. He’s been in Mortal Kombat since the first game, and his character has very much evolved over the years. 

His Fatality inputs obviously derive more from his Hollywood side because that’s hilarious. Mr. Cage’s Neighborhood is filmed like a goofy act-on-the-road gag, and Who Hired This Guy? is would-be outtakes. And yes, as you might have guessed, they’re fantastic. That was definitely a fun day in the Writer’s Room. 

For PS4 or Xbox:

Johnny Cage Mr. Cage's Neighborhood

  • Forward, Back, Down, Down, 4 (Close)

Who Hired This Guy?

  • Forward, Down, Forward, 1 (Close)

1. Shang Tsung

Shang Tsung from MK11.Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.

Number One on our list is none other than Shang Tsung! Shang Tsung is a celebrated villain of the series and serves as the host for the traditional Mortal Kombat tournament. He’s a major antagonist to the series and has been since the beginning. Both of his Fatality inputs will enable you to gloat about your victory for weeks, and they definitely mark you as the clear victor.

In Condemned the Damned, Shang Tsung suspends his rival in mid-air and opens up a portal below them. Will he throw them into it? Does it just melt their body as he dips them in? Neither. As it turns out, he summons two undead to tear his rival to shreds before ripping out their skeleton. 

Shoken Reborn is an understatement as a title. It has our mighty sorcerer supreme summon a Shokan. Cool, right? Well, it turns out that he summons the Shokan within his rival. Which leads to a lot more arms than there should be, followed by him popping out of his rival like a birthday cake. 

For PS4 or Xbox

Condemned the Damned

  • Back, Forward, Down, Down, 1 (Mid-range)

Shoken Reborn

  • Back, Forward, Back - 4 (Mid-range)

That does it for this full Mortal Kombat 11 Fatality input list. 

What were your favorite Mortal Kombat 11 Fatalities?

Did you want to see Stage Fatalities or Aftermath Stage Fatalities? 

Tell us in the comments section below!

Read more:

11 Best Mortal Kombat Games Ranked

16 Best Mortal Kombat 11 Combos And Variations (And How To Perform Them)

15 Best Mortal Kombat 11 Characters To Annihilate Your Enemies


This article was written by John D. AKA SomeBeardy2Love. John has been gaming for over 30 years, has a podcast, and watches nothing but anime and Bob’s Burgers. He has a sponsored beard and a modest book collection.

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