Original Spawn Voice Actor Returning For Mortal Kombat 11 DLC
Mortal Kombat 11 is still attracting a lot of attention four months after its initial launch. The game is quite a hit, especially with veteran fans of the series and fighting game eSports athletes. NetherRealm gathered even more hype for the game’s future recently by announcing the remaining DLC characters to be released for Mortal Kombat 11. Among these remaining characters were confirmed to include The Joker from DC Comics, The Terminator and the popular 90s anti-hero comic book character Spawn. While it seems that Arnold Schwarzenegger will not voice the Terminator, it does seem that the game will feature the original Spawn voice actor.
— KeithDavid (@ImKeithDavid) August 26, 2019
Legendary actor Keith David confirmed on his official Twitter account that he will return to be the Spawn voice actor in Mortal Kombat 11. For those unaware, Keith David provided the voice for Spawn on the HBO animated series based on the comics that lasted for three seasons in the late 1990s. David is perhaps best known for his on screen acting roles in The Thing, Platoon and Requiem For A Dream.
David is also no stranger to video games, as he has performed voice over work for characters in numerous games, including The Arbiter in the Halo series and David Anderson in the Mass Effect series. Sadly, it is going to be a while before fans will hear Keith David once more as Spawn, as his DLC is not set to be released until March 17th next year. There will be other characters gradually released until then, but the wait is surely going to be as much of a hell as the one Al Simmons emerged from.
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