RoboCop Mortal Kombat 11 Finishers: Fatalities and Brutalities
Having trouble performing the RoboCop Mortal Kombat 11 finishers? Here's a guide on how to execute the cybernetic policeman's fatalities and brutalities.
There have been quite a few guest characters in Mortal Kombat 11, but RoboCop has to be one of the most unexpected. Even if his debut in the popular fighting franchise seemed a bit out of the blue, he seems right at home with the rest of the game’s cast. Peter Weller also reprises his role by lending his voice and likeness to the in-game character model so it really feels like the augmented Detroit street cop has returned. This RoboCop Mortal Kombat 11 Finishers guide will instruct you on how to execute all of his fatalities and brutalities.
Like the other Mortal Kombat 11 Finishers guides on DualShockers, I will be using a universal key for inputs. Here is each input and what button it corresponds to depending on the system you are using:
- 1: Square (PS4), X (Xbox One)
- 2: Triangle (PS4), Y (Xbox One)
- 3: Circle (PS4), B (Xbox One)
- 4: Cross (PS4), A (Xbox One)
- F: Forward
- B: Back
- U: Up
- D: Down
RoboCop Mortal Kombat 11 Finishers — Fatalities and Friendship
Like every character in Mortal Kombat 11, RoboCop has two fatalities. One of them is unlocked automatically, while the other can be unlocked in the Towers of Time. However, if you know the button combination for the second fatality or have a spare Easy Fatality token, you can unlock it by just executing the fatality during a match.
The first fatality, which is the on that is automatically unlocked, is called Dead Or Alive. This is the one where RoboCop takes the data spike and stabs his opponent in the neck with it. He then aims his pistol at his opponent and shoots their arm off. Then the ED-209 mech appears, blasting away at the opponent while RoboCop takes out the Cobra Assault Cannon and shoots it at the opponent’s midsection which essentially cuts them in half. It’s pretty wild.
In order to execute this fatality, you need to get up close. The easiest way to put yourself in the right distance from the opponent is to just walk up to them until your body hits their body. You then input the below button prompt which reads Back, Forward, Down, Down, Two (Y on Xbox One, Triangle on PS4). Just make sure to execute it correctly. If you mess up during the combination and accidentally hit the opponent, you will finish the match.
Dead Or Alive – B, F, D, D, 2 (Close)
The second RoboCop Mortal Kombat 11 fatality is called Thank You For Your Cooperation. In order to unlock the button prompt, you will need to play through the Towers of Time. However, if you would rather skip that process and unlock it right now, you can either input the combination below or use an Easy Fatality token at the end of the match.
This fatality is the one where RoboCop fires a bomb at his opponent’s head dazing them. He then uses his targeting computer to shoot him in the dick, which goes through and hits the bomb. The opponent is then mangled by the bomb and RoboCop walks away in true action hero fashion. Again, it’s pretty wild.
In order to execute the Thank You For Your Cooperation fatality, you will need to get into mid-range from the opponent. You are essentially finding the middle between your opponent and the end of the playable area. I typically take a back step followed by a few steps backward to get into mid position. You then input Forward, Down, Forward, One (X on Xbox One, Square on PS4) and you should see the sequence start.
Thank You For Your Cooperation – F, D, F, 1 (Mid)
Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath saw the addition of friendships. Instead of murdering their opponent, they do some goofy, out of place finisher, like Jax playing the saxophone. RoboCop does have a friendship finisher called Breakin’ It Down where he does a rad robot dance. He even has a sick chain.
You execute friendships just like fatalities. For Breakin’ It Down, you need to get into mid-range, just like the fatality Thank You For Your Cooperation. You then input Back, Down, Forward, Down, Three (B on Xbox One, Circle on PS4).
Breakin’ It Down – B, D, F, D, 3 (Mid)
RoboCop Mortal Kombat 11 Finishers — Brutalities
RoboCop also has a set of brutalities you can execute in Mortal Kombat 11. These finishers are a bit more difficult to execute as their are pre-requisites needed in order to successfully perform a brutality. Here are two of RoboCop’s Mortal Kombat 11 brutalities and the requirements needed to execute them:
- Do not block any attack during the final round
- Must hold 2
- Final Hit must be an uppercut
- Press D,D,D during hit
- Final hit must come from toward throw