Mortal Kombat 11 Will Not Have Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Iconic Voice
Video game developers like to keep surprising their players by often including unexpected things and when Mortal Kombat revealed the characters of Kombat Pack, everyone was left stunned by the inclusion of Terminator T-800.
Popularized by legendary actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, T-800 has been the iconic face of the rebellion assisting them in the fight against the machines, who want to take over the world by altering past events.
Ed Boon of NetherRealm Studios was having a hard time beliving it too
Part of me still can’t believe we got Arnold.
— Ed Boon (@noobde) August 23, 2019
But the thing that completes T-800’s unique persona is Arnold’s robotic voice and his catchphrase “I’ll be back” which has wowed audiences for decades, will not be part of the Mortal Kombat game.
Instead, the developers are working on bringing a different voice artist who can sound just like Arnold. Warner Bros. Interactive later confirmed the fact the Arnold would not be voicing his character in the game.
It’s not that long until fans get to see T-800 in action in Mortal Kombat as his character is scheduled to be released on 8th October 2019. Though it will be interesting to see how the other voice actor performs given that almost everyone is very familiar with Arnold’s voice and that was one of the major part of his character.
Mortal Kombat 11 is available for PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.