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Potential Mortal Kombat 12 Teaser Is Shared By Johnny Cage Voice Actor before Being Quickly deleted

Andrew Bowen, the voice actor for Johnny Cage in the Mortal Kombat series, reportedly teases the next game in the genre before immediately deleting it

Bowen tweeted a now-deleted video of himself arriving at the Warning Bros. studios and giving the WB water tower a fleeting glance on Twitter. In the background, there is music that sounds like it is from Mortal Kombat 2, along with a few voice lines.

Bowen's presence at the Warner Bros. studios and the accompanying video raises the possibility that he is resuming his role as the protagonist Johnny Cage, even if it is not a confirmation of a new game. It's unclear if Bowen's tweet was removed because of the uproar it generated or because it may have revealed Mortal Kombat 12's existence.

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Early this year, a NetherRealm employee may have leaked Mortal Kombat 12 through a few brief peeks at computer screens and a file with the name "M" 12 Mast..." This may be the job title NetherRealm Senior Production Manager Jonathan Andersen hinted at in December 2021, according to some enthusiasts.

The tease was really for a new game reveal that month, which never materialized, as several people promptly pointed out. Based on a leak from an alleged former employee who stated the upcoming game will be one of the largest in years, some speculated that Mortal Kombat 12 would be the beginning of a new trilogy.

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A mysterious tease regarding the upcoming Mortal Kombat game was given by Mortal Kombat co-owner Ed Boon earlier this year. I can confirm that for ten years we consistently released Mortal Kombat and Injustice, Boon remarked. "There was much curiosity about what we would do next when we broke that trend. I can tell you that there was a purpose for it, and it will make a lot more sense when we reveal the details of our next match. I'll be in serious danger if I say anything further at this point." Despite excellent ratings before its release in 2019, Mortal Kombat 11's sponsorship from NetherRealm ended in 2021. The game was praised for its entertaining and diverse marketing campaign that explored the vast universe of the franchise. The Joker, Rambo, and the Terminator were among the special guests that won it praise.

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