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The Terminator, The Joker and Spawn Will Join Mortal Kombat 11

As if things weren’t already getting ridiculously bloody in Mortal Kombat 11, some guest starts are about to mix things up even further.
Today, the developers at NetherRealm Studios debuted a new trailer for the game’s Kombat Pass, showing off the remaining characters that will arrive over the course of the first season. So far, we’ve already gotten the first two – Shang Tsung, based on the classic Mortal Kombat film; and Nightwolf, who made his debut just a few day ago. But that’s just the tip of this bloody iceberg, as there’s a whole lot of familiar faces coming next.

The trailer below gives us an idea of who’s around the bend. And it’s none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger himself, the Terminator! As part of a tie-in with the upcoming movie Terminator: Dark Fate, the T-800 will be a playable character in the game starting on October 8, as part of the Kombat Pass. It looks like he’ll be packing a lot of ammo as well, so be prepared if you want to live.
That’s not all. Also coming to the game on November 26 is classic character Sindel, who looks like she’ll be ready to scream your head off with an all-new build and a whole lot of power to her advantage.

Next up, on January 28, will be a variation of the Joker from the DC Universe. As you may recall, we saw this character before in NetherRealm’s Injustice 2 a while back. And now he looks to seriously make a killing yet again, this time in the Mortal Kombat realm. Finally, he gets to be truly lethal!

And last but not least, we have Todd McFarlane’s Spawn, returning to the fighting realm for the first time since the days of Soul Calibur II! He’ll debut on March 17.

Following that, we should see an all-new season of content for Mortal Kombat 11. It’s unknown who will be joining the game at that time, but hopefully we’ll have more details soon. In the meantime, enjoy the trailer below!

Mortal Kombat 11 is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

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