Havik serves as one of the secondary antagonists in the story mode of Mortal Kombat 1, as well as the game’s only unlockable character. After unlocking Havik, players will find that he’s actually a fairly fun kombatant to control, with a well-balanced move set that requires both skill and patience to truly master. His finishers are surprisingly muted given how over-the-top his character is, but they’re still well worth checking out.
To perform Havik’s Mortal Kombat 1 Fatalities, players will need to know where exactly they’re supposed to stand and which buttons they need to press. The videos below can help a lot in this regard, as too can the accompanying button prompts for Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox controllers. The videos may also be useful for those who still haven’t gotten around to unlocking Havik and want to know whether doing so is worth the effort.
The videos featured in this guide contain graphic scenes that have been rated ‘Mature’ by the ESRB. Viewer discretion is advised.
How to Perform Havik’s First Fatality in MK1 (Atomic Heart)
To perform Havik’s Atomic Heart Fatality in Mortal Kombat 1, players will need to press down, forward, down, back kick while standing close to a dazed opponent. The Fatality sees Havik rip out his own heart and swap it out for the other fighter’s, though they don’t seem to take too well to their new donor heart. As Havik crushes their original heart in the palm of his hand, the new one explodes as well, taking out most of the other kombatant’s body in the process. Havik then strikes a victory pose with his Kameo fighter of choice.
How to Perform Havik’s Second Fatality in MK1
Those hoping to perform Havik’s second MK1 Fatality will need to press forward, back, down, back punch while standing at close range. Though there’s plenty of blood, this is actually a fairly tame one compared to some of the other Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 1, with Havik stabbing the other kombatant in the neck a few times and then dragging his blade down into their midriff. It’s no doubt a painful one, but there’s no disemboweling or decapitation this time around.
Mortal Kombat 1 is available now on PC, PS5, Switch, and Xbox Series X|S.