Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon sometimes uses social media to discuss different elements of the games. One of his latest tweets went over how a certain finisher ended up added to the 2011 reboot. He noted that there is a Mortal Kombat 9 Living Forest tree stage fatality because people used to claim the second game in the series had one, even though it didn’t.
Here’s Boon’s exact explanation about the Mortal Kombat 9 Living Forest tree stage fatality, which included a video from Mortal_Kombat_Addict. That Twitter account shares a different fatality from an entry in the series every day.
One of the many rumors about #MortalKombat 2 was that the living forest had a stage fatality where the loser can be thrown into the tree’s mouths an eaten
7 games later, we made that rumor a reality in MK9
Video via @MK_habit_addict pic.twitter.com/aYx1Y6E27d
— Ed Boon (@noobde) March 21, 2023
In order to perform the Mortal Kombat 9 Living Forest tree stage fatality, you just need to use the traditional stage fatality input. This varies from character to character. In addition to the forest, you can also perform them in stages like The Pit and Subway.
As for the future of the series, a new game is apparently on the way. A Warner Bros. call in February 2023 mentioned Mortal Kombat 12 is in the works.
Mortal Kombat 9, which is just known as Mortal Kombat, is available on PS3, Vita, Xbox 360, and PC.