Arnold Schwarzenegger and his iconic Terminator T-800 are coming to Mortal Kombat 11 next week. Get a taste for what’s in store in his first gameplay trailer.
It seems like the hot thing of late is to add the Terminator T-800 to video games. At E3 2019, Xbox announced that the terrifying time-traveling cyborg would be in Gears of War 5. Not long after, Ubisoft joined the party with plans to bring it to the now-released Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
Now, Mortal Kombat 11 has decided to include the Terminator: Dark Fate character to their roster and it may be the most intimidating, destructive port yet. Here is the Terminator T-800 Mortal Kombat 11 trailer.
Featuring the likeness of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Terminator T-800 is the ultimate cyborg assassin, sent back in time from a post-apocalyptic future. Nearly indestructible with superior technology, fighting skills and artificial intelligence capabilities, the Terminator T-800 is the next playable fighter set to join Mortal Kombat 11.
Kombat Pack owners will get early access to the Terminator T-800 on October 8, 2019, along with new skin packs for the following:
Alternate Terminator T-800 character skins.
New Cassie Cage (“Cassie Quinn”) character skin inspired by DC villain, Harley Quinn.
Double Feature Skin Pack, featuring new character skins for Sonya Blade (“Cyborg Hunter”), Kano (“Cash Machine Kano”) and Johnny Cage (“Red Carpet Johnny Cage”).
Not all is lost for those MK11 gamers who don’t have the Kombat Pass, though, as they still have access to the upcoming free content of Team Raid. It’s a new multiplayer Tower coming soon to the Towers of Time mode, where two or three players must work together as a team to complete group challenges and defeat one powerful boss, all at the same time, to earn unique in-game rewards.
Terminator T-800 will be playable on October 8, 2019 for MK11 Kombat Pass owners. It will also be playable from October 11-14 via the MK11 Free Trial weekend, along with every character released thus far.
As more news for Mortal Kombat 11 releases, including impending trailers for Sindel (Nov. 26 early access), The Joker (Jan. 28 early access) and Spawn (March 17 early access), we’ll have them here.