Last week, we were treated to a new juicy new update from the largely successful Mortal Kombat 11 by NetherRealm Studios, revealing a bunch of new DLC Combatants in the mix. Among them is the iconic T-800 Terminator in exactly the same way as anyone else Arnold Schwarzenegger .
But as it turns out, Arnold will not give away the emblematic strong Austrian scam, says The Hollywood Reporter . Warner Bros.
When the T-800 was first introduced in the trailer last week, it no doubt sent many fans into a frenzy and undoubtedly expected Schwarzenegger to express the terminator, especially since it was his semblance used in Mortal Kombat 11 .
These hopes were further unfolded when MK boss Ed Bowne took to social media, calling out the fact that he and his team were given the rights to use Schwarzenegger's gritty features in the DLC.
Admit it. Instead, the still-deserving voice actor will imitate his iconic voice, while Schwarzenegger focuses his energy on the forthcoming Terminator: The Dark Destiny . Let's hope this is the least imitation of such a thing.
But this may come as no surprise to many fans, as the actor / politician usually does not give voice to the video game industry. The last time he did it was for the feature series Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines in 2003 – 2004, and even then he announced that he didn't really like casting for video games in general.
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Still, it looks like a badass T-800, still enough to make it be excited about the new Kombat packages that will be released in parts, starting with the T-800 itself on October 8, 2019 .
In other MK news, the reboot of the live action is still in pre-production, with likes of Sub-Zero, Jax, Liu Kang, Mileena and Raiden already castrated.
Marion has a serious RPG addiction. Sometimes bleeding in real life; he forgets to sleep as he thinks he has a witch's body clock Forgive him in advance if he suddenly fades terms like "Mind Flayer" and "Magic Missile" because he never stops thinking about his next Dungeons & Dragons game.