MK11 Krypt Dojo Entrance Location - How to Open Metal Gate

The Dojo in Mortal Kombat 11 is a small area you can unlock in the Krypt, and it seems that opening a metal gate in the Courtyard is the only entrance. Turns out, it isn’t. To enter the Mortal Kombat 11 Krypt Dojo, you have to find a bit of wall that you can break, but to even see it, you need to find a specific item first. If you’re having trouble with this little puzzle, then our MK11 Krypt Dojo Entrance Location – How to Open Metal Gate guide is the right place for you.

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MK11 Krypt Dojo Entrance Location - How to Open Metal Gate
MK11 Krypt Dojo Entrance Location – How to Open Metal Gate

How to Open Metal Gate To Mortal Kombat 11 Krypt Dojo Area?

To open the metal gate to the Dojo area in the Mortal Kombat 11 Krypt, you’ll actually have to pull the lever from the other side. So, you actually have to find another entrance, which is squirreled away in a corner you might never think of looking in. Before we do, though, one thing to clarify: the metal gate to the Dojo is the one found in The Courtyard, to the right of the large stone statues, on a short path between the two rows of MK11 Krypt Head Chests.

So, how do we get into the MK11 Dojo in the Krypt? Well, the first thing you need to do is to explore Goro’s Lair until you find Kenshi’s Blindfold. When you do, go back to the entrance into the lair. Go to the small corner to the left; the one between the door to the lair and the first row of Head Chests. The wall there seems completely solid, right? Well, put on Kenshi’s Blindfold. One section of the wall is going to become cracked.

At that point, I’d imagine that you can guess what you’re supposed to do. Swing your hammer, destroy the wall, and enter the Dojo area. Then, go across the Dojo and pull the lever to open the metal gate. Now, you have a shortcut into the Dojo for easier access when you can open the chests therein.

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