Yesterday, NetherRealm Studios launched an early access preview for The Joker in Mortal Kombat 11. Finally unshackled from the ESRB’s T rating (thanks Mortal Kombat Vs. DC Universe), he’s every bit as bloody and ridiculous as fans of DC’s comics have imagined. The Joker can finally brutally murder people without censors getting worried!
As with every fighter in Mortal Kombat 11, his second fatality is a secret until you either unlock it or perform it. It might be hard to guess what the command is, but fear not! We at TheGamer have done the work to figure out his inputs for you.
So stop being so serious. Put on a happy face, jump into The Joker’s boots, and get to killing!
Party Pooper – (Mid Range) Down, Forward, Back, 2
This is the first fatality for The Joker and the one that will be unlocked by default. You may be familiar with it from the trailer NetherRealm showed off last week. This fatality will see The Joker hand over an explosive cake to his opponent while a “Friendship” sign falls down. This is a reference to Mortal Kombat II -and a few others-.
Once the cake explodes, The Joker unloads a clip from a Tommy gun into his foe. This severs some limbs and leaves them a bloody mess on the floor. In a last act of defamation, The Joker shoots the balloons holding the Friendship sign. It then falls on the opponent, slicing them in half and reading “Fatality.” It’s pretty fun.
For those wondering, 2 in the input refers to the high punch button. This will be Triangle on PS4, Y on Xbox One, and X on Switch.
Pop Goes The Mortal – (Mid Range) Back, Down, Back, 1
As usual, NetherRealm saved the better fatality for last. As the name implies, this fatality will see The Joker singing a messed up version of the classic nursery rhyme “Pop Goes The Weasel.” It begins with The Joker punching a hole through his foe with a boxing glove, then skipping over to their body to place a jack-in-the-box inside the cavity.
After a few more lines from the song, the box pops and your opponent’s head will be jettisoned into the air. It’s actually quite gruesome, though peppered with Mortal Kombat’s signature silliness.
The 1 in the input refers to the low punch button. This will be Square on PS4, X on Xbox One, and Y on Switch.
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