Mortal Kombat 11 might have been potentially leaked because of a disgruntled Voice Actor ahead of the game’s official reveal.
Eduardo Garza, the Spanish voice actor for Reptile and Kung Lao in Mortal Kombat X took to Twitter and sent tweets to a game localization company called Pink Noise Studio which read “Well, finally I confirm that the “professionals” of Pink Noise decided to remove my characters from Mortal Kombat XI. How sad that a company ends up making decisions that affect both me and consumers. Goodbye Kung Lao and Reptile.”
The original tweets were in Spanish and have been translated to English by native speakers of the language. When asked if he knew more about the sequel he said, “I do not know if it is MKXI, Mk 10.5, MKXYZ or whatever; The point is that for the new material I was not summoned.” From his tweets, he doesn’t seem particularly happy about not making the cut. While they might even be replacing the VA for those characters, chances are that they might not be in the game.
A person claiming to know one of the music producer’s of the game leaked information on Reddit which did say that Reptile won’t be in the game but they also stated that Kung Lao would be in the game and would be part of the Nether Realm team in the main story of the game. Besides the aforementioned information, in September series veterans Richard Divizio and Daniel Pesina said in an interview that they were doing motion capture work for the game. Both Divizio and Pesina have been doing motion capture for the Mortal Kombat series all the way from the beginning so your guess is as good as ours when it comes to if the game is being made or not.
Like all leaks, take this with a grain of salt. Although, it is more than likely that NetherRealm is working on a Mortal Kombat game as it has been over a year a since the release of Injustice 2. There has been no response from NetherRealm or Warner Bros. regarding these claims as of this moment.
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