The best part of Mortal Kombat 1 is being able to see the cool new animations created by NetherRealm. From fatalities to brutalities, the amount of bloody and heartbreaking action in the game is plentiful. Looking at that last point, Brutalities have always been a unique way to add more confusion to the formula. However, unlike Fatalities, Brutalities does not have a dedicated training area, leaving many fans struggling to try out newly unlocked ones. Let’s enter the arena and find out how to perform brutalities in Mortal Kombat 1 (MK1).
Where to practice brutality in Mortal Kombat 1 (MK1)
Since there is no training system set up for practicing Brutalities in MK1, players have had to get creative. Before entering a match, players will want to go to the settings and change the number of rounds to win a fight. 1 turn. After that go to ‘Against‘, select ‘Local’ and choose the character you want to test. You can choose any enemy character, but make sure to set their difficulty to “Very Easy”.
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From there, just start the match and start moaning about the innocent and very easy enemy CPU. Once you have reached the enemy within one kill with one blow, you can prepare to execute Brutality. If you make a mistake and kill your opponent, you can easily pause the game and reboot the game. Doing it this way with just one spin and with the CPU on very easily will help you save time when attempting these finishers. Let’s just hope there won’t be any issues on NetherRealm’s side preventing players from performing certain button presses.
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