The Terminator of Mortal Kombat 11 will not have the voice of Arnold Schwarzenegger

A tweet by Ed Boon had unleashed the hope of being able to listen to the famous actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger in the game.

This past week Mortal Kombat 11 presented its complete Kombat Pass taking one of its main attractions in Terminator T-800. Although this interest in fighting with the lethal android does not diminish in the slightest, we have now learned that the actor who gave him life on the big screen, the famous former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, will not lend his voice to the character.

The news about the interpreter’s collaboration with NetherRealm Studios jumped especially after a message on Twitter from Ed Boon in which he expressed that part of him still could not believe they had Arnold in the video game. However, The Hollywood Reporter was able to contact Warner Bros. to confirm that Schwarzenegger would neither bend his character nor record scenes for the occasion.

Thus, Mortal Kombat 11 is expected to have a similar voice to interpret it in the fight title. We will see the result this next October 8.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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