September 30, 2022
Stage Fatality

There are Stage Fatality in Mortal Kombat 11 that can be executed by players, and this guide has all of the information they need to know about them.

The Aftermath expansion for NetherRealm Studios’ popular fighting game Mortal Kombat 11 is now available and includes a slew of new features. Several new Stage Fatalities are included, as are five new chapters in the story, three new playable characters, and a variety of new special finishers called Stage Fatalities. To perform these Stage Fatalities in MK11, there are some things that players need to know, and all of that information can be found here.

The Stage Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 11 can only be used on specific stages, so players who want to use them should be aware of which ones they are. As a result, Mortal Kombat 11 Aftermath’s stages that allow Stage Fatalities are listed here:

Stage Fatality in Mortal Kombat 11

  • Dead Heat.
  • Dungeon of Shaolin Traps
  • Tournament

Players can begin learning how to perform Stage Fatalities in MK11 now that they know where to look. Just like a standard Fatality, a fan can perform these new finishers by simply entering the Stage Fatality inputs for each character on the roster into Aftermath. All of the MK11 Stage Fatality inputs can be found here:

Stage Fatality Inputs for Mortal Kombat 11


  • 1: Square (PS4), X (Xbox One), and Y (PC) (Switch)
  • 2: PS4 and Xbox One: Triangle, Y, and X (Switch)
  • 3: A (Xbox One) / B / X (Playstation 4) (Switch)
  • 4: PlayStation 4 (PS4) | Xbox One (Xbox One) | PlayStation 3 (PS3) (Switch)

Death at the Baraka Stage

  • Moving forward, moving forward, descending, and four

A fatality on stage at Cassie Cage

  • Moving backwards through the order of three

A fatality in the Cetrion stage

  • Down, Up, Down, 4

Death at the D’Vorah Stage

  • In order, 4: Down, Forward, 4

Stage Fatality by Erron Black

  • To go forwards, up and down

Fatality in the Frosty Stages

  • 2 steps forward, down, up, 2

Fatality on the Fujin Stage

  • Counting down from four:

Death at Geras Stage

  • One, Two, Three, Four

Fatality in the Jade Stage

  • 4 directions: back, forward, downward, and four.

Loss of life at the Jax stage

  • Down, forward, down, and four

Stage Death: Jacqui

  • Moving backwards through the order of three

Stage Fatality by Johnny Cage

  • Counting down from four:

Death on the Joker’s Stage

  • 4 directions: backwards, forwards, upwards.

Fatality on the Kabal Stage

  • 2 up, 2 down, 3 up

Deaths at the Kano Stage

  • Three steps up, three steps backwards

Stage Fatality for Kitana

  • Down, Down, Down, 1

Fatality on the Kollector Stage

  • Moving forward, upward, and upward, 1

Death at the Stage of Kotal Kahn

  • One way forward, one way back, one way down

A fatality on stage for Liu Kang

  • Reverse, Forward, and Reverse

Death at the Stage of the Nightwolf

  • Backwards, Forwards, and Backwards

Stage Death of a Noob Saibot

  • 3 steps forward, 3 steps backward

Fatality on the Raiden Stage

  • 3 steps forward, 3 steps back

Stage Fatality in RoboCop

  • It’s time to go back down again.

Fatality in Scorpion Stage

  • Down, Forward, Down, 1 –

Death at the Shao Kahn Stage

  • 4 steps down, 4 steps back

Sheeva’s death was staged.

  • It’s 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1

Death at the Sindel Stage

  • I’m down to one.

Death at the Skarlet Stage

  • In reverse order, from top to bottom, 4

On stage, Sonya Blade was fatally injured

  • Steps in the following order:

Fatality spawned at the beginning of the game

  • In the following order:

Sub-Zero Fatality

  • Down, Back, Down, and 2 more

Deaths at the Shang Tsung Battlefield

  • 1 up, 1 back

Stage Fatality in the Terminator

  • Ascending in a clockwise direction

While some Mortal Kombat 11 players may be disappointed that Stage Fatalities are limited to just three stages, others will be overjoyed that such a devastating finishing move is finally making its way into the game. Stage Fatalities may be coming to MK11 in the future, as NetherRealm has said it will continue to support the game for many years to come.

On PC, PS4, Stadia, Switch, and Xbox One now Mortal Kombat 11 is available.

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