MK1 Outta Nowhere Klue Solution

If you can’t figure out the MK1 Outta Nowhere Klue solution, I don’t blame you. I mean, the name of the challenge gives you exactly nothing to work with. It’s not even a clever pun that might point you in the right direction. That’s where we come in. We are going to explain how you solve the Outta Nowhere Klue in Mortal Kombat 1 and what you get for doing so.

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mk1 outta nowhere klue solution
MK1 Outta Nowhere Klue Solution

How to Solve MK1 Outta Nowhere Klue?

To solve the Outta Nowhere Klue in MK1 or Mortal Kombat 1, you have to execute a throw Brutality with Sonya as your Kameo character. It’s called Popping Heads. Keep in mind that you have to get Sonya’s Kameo up to level 2 before that Brutality unlocks. Beyond that, things are easy. Take a look at the moves list and see what the input is. Just make sure that the throw is what takes off the last chunk of health from your opponent. Also, as soon as the throw connects, start mashing the Down button. Yes, the game says you only need to press Down twice, but I find mashing helps the Brutality come out with more consistency. That might just be me acting as a huge noob, but if it works, I sure won’t be fixing it.

Mortal Kombat 1 Outta Nowhere Klue Rewards

You can see all the rewards you’ll get for solving the Outta Nowhere Klue in Mortal Kombat 1. By the way, like Heated Exchange, this Klue appears in the Ramparts area in Season 4: The Huntress. The tile name is Come On Now, which gives you exactly zero additional clue as to what you’re supposed to do. As for the rewards themselves, it’s the usual suspects: a skin, an item, and some Seasonal Kredits. You know how this works by now. But if you want to know exactly what you’ll get, here’s the list.

  • Bloodthirsty Mileena Skin
  • Show-Off Uncommon Relic
  • 500x Seasonal Kredits
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