MK1 Heated Exchange Klue Solution

In our MK1 Heated Exchange Klue Solution guide, we are going to show you how to solve this Klue in Mortal Kombat 1 and what rewards you get for it. This is definitely one of the more nebulous riddles you’ll have to deal with. Heated Exchange? I mean, sure, it’s obviously referencing fire, but that really doesn’t help. That’s why we’re here. Let’s begin.

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MK1 Heated Exchange Klue Solution

How to Solve MK1 Heated Exchange Klue?

To solve the Heated Exchange Klue in MK1, or Mortal Kombat 1, you have to finish the fight with the Well Done Scorpion Kameo Brutality. So, pick Scorpion as your Kameo buddy. Then, make sure that the last hit you do is Well Done. Be sure to check the moves list to see how to execute it properly, since it seems to vary from platform to platform. As in, on PlayStation, it’s Forward + Throw, and on Xbox it seems to be Back + Throw. Anyway, as soon as the throw connects, be sure to mash Down to ensure the Brutality comes out. Technically, you’re only supposed to press it twice, but I prefer to mash. It seems to help. You might need a few practice rounds, but you’ll get it soon enough.

Mortal Kombat 1 Heated Exchange Klue Rewards

In the list below, you can see all the rewards you can get for solving the Heated Exchange Klue in MK1 or Mortal Kombat 1. It’s the usual combo of a special skin, a high-tier Talisman, and some Seasonal Kredits. The last thing we have to mention is that this Klue appears in the Ramparts zone, on the weirdly-titled tile of Good, Bad, Ugly. I’m sure you already know that if you’re reading these lines, but we’re putting in the info just in case. With all if that out of the way, here’s the list of rewards.

  • Cagey Quarry Smoke Skin
  • Uppercutter Legendary Talisman
  • Seasonal Kredits
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