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Mortal Kombat 1 dropped the Ghost and Secret Brutality for all characters

Mortal Kombat 1 dropped the Ghost and Secret Brutality for all characters

Mortal Kombat 1 players have discovered a secret brutality for all the characters that developer NetherRealm appears to have surreptitiously dropped into the game.

All Mortal Kombat 1 characters feature Brutes, unique moves that end a match in particularly brutal fashion. It is triggered by executing an additional input command on top of a specific combination or move that wins the final round. Most characters in the game have six brutal feats, but since Mortal Kombat 1 launched in September last year, players have discovered secret brutal acts as well.

As reported Event centersNow, Mortal Kombat 1 players have discovered a secret brutality that suits every character in the game. It involves depleting your opponent's health bar with a back throw that causes your character to launch their hapless foe straight into the game camera. To activate the endgame, lift the ball up and punch it back after making the shot.

User X/Twitter Mortal_Kombat_Addict We revealed some examples of this secret brutality in the clip below (warningAs with all things Mortal Kombat, the video is great!):

The secret to the brutality was revealed following the launch of Season 5 of Mortal Kombat 1: Storms, which also saw the release of the DLC character Ermac for Kombat Pack owners. Speaking of Ermac, the soul-loving ninja has a new brutality taken straight from Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3.

Season 5: Storms revolves around Raiden's arrival as the main boss in Invasion Mode, and includes new challenges, story elements, boss fights, and rewards. Season 5: Storms runs until June 4. Kameo Mavado fighter available in May 2024.

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