The Mortal Kombat 1 roster has been receiving a lot of attention lately due to the addition of guest characters like Omni-Man and Peacemaker. However, there is one more highly anticipated guest character that has yet to make an appearance – Homelander from The Boys. The recent MK1 Pro Kompetition provided fans with a quick glimpse of the final guest character, and the teaser has left many excited and slightly queasy, mirroring the tone of the original source material.

The Homelander teaser clocks in at just 45 seconds, but it is packed with tantalizing glimpses of what players can expect. The teaser kicks off with a rather unusual intro scene where the supervillain takes a moment to quench his thirst, setting the tone for what’s to come. The preview showcases both of Homelander’s Fatalities – one involving his deadly heat vision, and the other ingeniously utilizing a passing commercial plane. Fans are left wondering about the voice behind Homelander, as actor Antony Starr, who portrays the character in The Boys, has hinted that he will not be lending his voice to the character in MK1. Although we do catch a brief snippet of Homelander speaking, the three words uttered are not enough to discern the voice actor.

Homelander is set to be the final guest character included in Mortal Kombat 1’s first Kombat Pass, making him the fifth out of six characters added through the expansion. Preceding him are the likes of Omni-Man, Quan Chi, Peacemaker, and Ermac, with Takeda slated to be the last addition to wrap up the pass’s content later this year. Mortal Kombat 1 is currently available on multiple platforms including Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Players can also get their hands on the Kombat Pass, either as a standalone purchase or as part of the premium editions of the game.

The Homelander teaser for Mortal Kombat 1 has stirred up a great deal of excitement and intrigue among fans. With the promise of unique Fatalities and a character that encapsulates the essence of the source material, players are eagerly awaiting the official release of Homelander in the game. As the roster continues to expand with unexpected guest characters, Mortal Kombat 1 remains a compelling and ever-evolving fighting game that keeps fans on their toes.


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