In a video posted late last week, NetherRealm Studios confirmed that the characters would be a part of the game. combat pack DLC. The DLC also includes Mortal Kombat natives Quan Chi, Ermac and Takeda.
During an interview with Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon at San Diego Comic-ConJK Simmons was confirmed as the voice of Omni-Man for Mortal Kombatbut it does not seem that neither Antony Starr nor John Cena will repeat their roles for Homelander or Peacemaker, respectively.
NetherRealm is well known for attracting characters from outside the Mortal Kombat universe, making it the ideal game for crossover fanfiction writers. And since the studio is owned by Warner Bros. and developed the Injustice series as well as Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe, The kameos (sorry, it’s a rule, remember) of the DC/Warner Bros. characters make sense. Past mortal combat they’ve featured fighters with a penchant for overly gruesome violence like the Terminator, RoboCop, Freddy Krueger, Spawn, and the Joker, so Homelander and the boys (heh) will fit the bill. Homelander, in particular, seems to be having his video game momentsince the character was also introduced as an operator in call of duty 2 and war zone.
Elsewhere in Outworld, Mortal KombatThe regular roster of is expanding with the return of Li Mei, Tanya, and Baraka, with Goro and Darrius set to appear as Kameo fighters.
Mortal KombatThe deaths of already are an exaggerated spectacle of blood splatters and broken bones. Yo shudder imagine what they’ll look like now that a certified king assassin like Omni-Man will be able to do it.