The Mortal Kombat universe has always taught that you have to kill enemies, without mercy because not doing so could harm you, or at least in the beginning it was like that. With each new title in each story that showed the Mortal Kombat could see how many times the characters have had to forgive and even ally, which has even been of great benefit to many. In this way it has been possible to see that in the stories that Mortal Kombat has shown there is also mercy. Now, you can show that mercy to your rivals during a Kombat, in the recent Mortal Kombat 11 with him using the Mercy Move. Here at xboxplay.games we show you how to do it.
The "Mercy" is a movement with which you can return health, or at least a little, to your opponent instead of finishing him and with this being able to continue with the fight, a little more.
How to make the Mercy Move Mortal Kombat 11
The Mercy Move can do it instead of the Fatality, that is, just when you have the opportunity to destroy your opponent completely.
When you're in Kombat with someone, when you overcome it, you get a message "Finish Him" or "Finish Her" indicating that you can carry out the Fatality move, just at that moment, you have the opportunity to do the Mercy move and with this give your rival a second chance, then we'll leave you the sequences that you should do for PS4 and Xbox One.
When you get the message "Finish Him" or "" Finish Her "on your opponent, press L2 + Down x 3, that is three times.
You should consider keeping an average distance so you can
operate the movement. Approximately 4 steps.
When you get the message "Finish Him" or "" Finish Her "on your opponent, press LT + Down x 3, that is three times.
As in PS4, you should consider keeping an average distance so that movement can work. Approximately 4 steps.
Considerations for the Mercy Move Mortal Kombat 11
Remember that, as with Fatality, to perform the Mercy you must perform the sequence taking advantage of the time and keep the distance that we mentioned, otherwise it will not work.
Other things you should keep in mind is that the Mercy can only be carried out once. So you can only give your opponent one chance.
Using the MERCY Move Mortal Kombat 11 gets you a prize
The Mercy can be beneficial for you and not only for your opponent. Beyond wanting to fight with your rival, again because he deserves it, or wanting to humiliate him because he has no chance with you, using Mercy can earn you a prize.
If you use the Mercy 10 times you unlock the prize, achievement or trophy "Not Dead Yet".
Now you know how you can forgive your opponent's life in Mortal Kombat 11 with Mercy, and it will benefit you. Go enjoy some good Kombats, but don't forget to return here to xboxplay.games and leave us comments with your experiences or other doubts you have and need our help.
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