Last week we were introduced to a hefty new update from the largely successful Mortal Kombat 11 by Netherrealm Studios, which unveiled a slew of new DLC combatants. Underneath is the icon Terminator T-800 in the exact similarity of – who else – Arnold Schwarzenegger .
But as it turns out, Arnold will not give the game its iconic strong Austrian influence, says The Hollywood Reporter . Warner Bros. Interactive also confirms this.
When the T-800 was featured in the trailer for the first time last week, no doubt many fans got excited, and no doubt he expected Schwarzenegger to voice the Terminator, especially since it's his likeness to that in Mortal Kombat 11 used.
These hopes were further dashed when MK boss Ed Boon took advantage of social media and voiced the fact that he and his team had the right to use Schwarzenegger's graying functions in the DLC.
Do not guess. Instead, a still-to-be-assigned voice actor mimics his iconic voice as Schwarzenegger focuses his energy on the upcoming terminator: Dark Fate (19459003). Let's just hope that it is at least a kind of imitation.
But this may not be a surprise to many fans, as the actor / politician does not usually lend his voice in the production of video games. The last time he did this for the series Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines in the years 2003 – 2004, and even then he proclaimed that he did not really like to make voices for video games in general.
READ ALSO: Let Slowpoke teach you how to feel great while slowly approaching packs that are being released in droves, starting with the T-800 itself on 8th October 2019 .
In other MK news, the live-action restart is still in preparation-production, with Sub-Zero, Jax, Liu Kang, Mileena and Raiden already occupied.
Marion has a serious RPG addiction. Sometimes it bleeds into real life; He forgets to sleep because he thinks he has a wizard's watch. Forgive him in advance when he suddenly breaks down terms like "Mind Flayer" and "Magic Missile" because he never stops thinking about his next Dungeons & Dragons game.