Not long ago, Mortal Kombat 11 fans discovered a secret Cassie Cage brutality ending, which shows the MK11 character exploding her opponent's head by way of a a pointblank gunshot. While this discovery has already added an additional tool to Cassie Cage players' arsenal of finishers, an entirely new Cassie Cage brutality has recently been introduced in the game, and some might describe it as "disarming."
The new Mortal Kombat 11 Cassie Cage brutality is called "Fully Disarmed," and it can be unlocked by playing in season two of the MK11 Kombat League, which began just days ago. Upon executing this new Cassie Cage finisher, fans will see the Mortal Kombat 11 character's weapons gain the power to leave an opponent without their arms. "Fully Disarmed" may not be the flashiest of brutalities, but the opportunity to administer a straightforward dismemberment is certain to be welcomed by some players.
With respect to how to perform the new MK11 Cassie Cage brutality, there are several criteria that must be met. To begin, players must not be close to their opponent when attempting to execute "Fully Disarmed," and the final hit must come from the Dual Wielding special move against a grounded adversary. Furthermore, this Dual Wielding hit must be charged, which can be done by holding X on Xbox One and Square on PS4.
To note, this is not the first time that NetherRealm Studios has added a new Mortal Kombat 11 brutality post-launch. Earlier this month, for example, Jax got a vicious new brutality, called "Buffed Up," where the fighter puts his opponent in a sleeper hold before unceremoniously snapping their neck. That said, unlike Cassie Cage's new brutality, Jax's was earned by completing a temporary Towers of Time, which was called "Hold That."
With NetherRealm Studios planning to support Mortal Kombat 11 for years to come, there are certain to be a great deal more of these post-launch finishers added to the game. Hopefully for fans that love to see truly gruesome brutalities, these forthcoming finishers will match the level of viciousness of some of the game's already established finishing moves.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One, with a Stadia version in development.