The Terminator is the next Mortal Kombat 11 DLC character, and Kombat Pack owners will be able to take him into battle in only a matter of days. This means that fans do not have to wait much longer to humiliate their opponents with the Terminator's Brutalities in Mortal Kombat 11, and footage of three of these gruesome finishing moves has recently surfaced.

The first of these new Mortal Kombat 11 Terminator Brutalities begins with the cyborg casually lifting his opponent off of their feet. The Terminator then uses his free hand to administer an absolutely devastating punch that goes straight through the defeated foe's skull, and the Brutality closes with the opponent falling to their knees.

The second MK11 Terminator Brutality sees the cyborg turn to an automatic weapon, which he unloads mercilessly and directly into his opponent's face. This turns the adversary's visage into a bloody mess, and the barrage eventually sends them falling backwards to the ground.

The last of the MK11 Terminator Brutalities featured here also revolves around a firearm, but this time it is the T-800's shotgun, which he quickly pulls and uses to completely explode his opponent's torso. The highlight of this Mortal Kombat 11 Brutality is undoubtedly the aftermath, wherein the remains of the opponent's body limply fall down.

While these Brutalities may not be as elaborate as the Terminator's Fatalities in Mortal Kombat 11, which incorporate a motorcycle and see the T-800 sending his defeated foe into the future, they are vicious none the less. Furthermore, there are likely to be many more Terminator Brutalities to discover, as NetherRealm Studios has been diligent in making sure that every character on the Mortal Kombat 11 roster has many options when it comes to finishing moves.

As such, fans that are not be blown away by the MK11 Brutalities that are featured here may find other Terminator finishers that suit their fancy when his release date finally comes. Additionally, NethrRealm has been consistently adding Brutalities to the game, which means that this highly anticipated MK11 DLC character is likely to get even more finishers throughout the lifespan of this fighting game.

Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One, with a Stadia version in development.