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Rumor: New Mortal Kombat Leaked From Voice Actor


NetherRealm Studios released Mortal Kombat X back in 2015 giving fans of the twenty-year old franchise a taste of what is in-store from the Chicago-based developer for this generation of fighters. Reintroducing classic characters and bringing new characters to the roster like Jason Voorhees and Predator. And similarly with the release of the sequel Injustice 2, by expanding on the fighting genre with the DC Universe. Since then, fans have been patient on what NetherRealm has in the works for their upcoming project either it being another Mortal Kombat title or a new IP all together.

Recently Lalo Garza, a Spanish speaking voice actor went on a rant regarding him not obtaining a role and in the process leaking the next Mortal Kombat title. In the tweet he explains how the decision to cut him from voicing characters Kung Lao and Reptile confirms that the two won’t be making an appearance in the unannounced title:

“Well finally I confirm that the ‘professionals’ of @ PINKNOISEloc decided to remove my characters from #MortalKombatXI. How sad that a company that wanted a lot ends up making decisions that affect both you, the consumers. Goodbye Kung Lao and Reptile.”

He later followed up stating that despite his tweet mentioning “Mortal Kombat XI”, he’s unsure if the upcoming project is actually a sequel to the 2015 title or just another iteration. “Friends, I do not know if it is MKXI, Mk 10.5, MKXYZ or whatever; The point is that for the new material and I was not summoned, but nothing happens, in this race I learned that the characters come and go like this. Thanks for your messages, I’m still working on what I love. Dubbing.”

As Garza isn’t confident in what game he could have voiced for, he is assuring that there is something in the works as we speak for Mortal Kombat. It’s undetermined when we might be able to expect an announcement for the unnamed title as creator Ed Boon hasn’t been vocal on what’s next for the series.

Source: Game Informer

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