With Mortal Kombat 11, NetherRealm Studios not only brought on myriad of talented actors to lend their voices to the fighting game, but also the developer enlisted a number of models to give the characters their faces. Indeed, facial scanning was utilized in the making of MK11, and these digital scans acted as the foundation for players' favorite Mortal Kombat 11 characters.
While a comprehensive list of the MK11 face models has not been made officially available, as has been done with the Mortal Kombat 11 voice actor cast list, some of the models have provided their own confirmation, primarily by way of social media outlets. Those models are collected in the list below, which showcases all of the Mortal Kombat 11 face models confirmed at this time.
Christina Eenigenburg (Cassie Cage)
Sydney Card (Frost)
Brandon Green (Geras)
Christina Marie (Jacqui Briggs)
Alexis Gaube (Jade)
Colin Ryan (Johnny Cage)
Derek Pratt (Kano)
Kaprice Imperial (Kitana)
Tian Shuai (Kung Lao)
Young Tax Lee (Liu Kang)
Nico Millado (Scorpion)
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Shang Tsung)
Stevie DeFelice (Skarlet)
Tony Chung (Sub-Zero)
As many will expect, the Mortal Kombat 11 character models are, primarily, working models. While MK11 is, seemingly, many of their first foray into the world of video games, a number of them have expressed a great deal of excitement about being involved in NetherRealm Studios' new fighting game.
For example, Colin Ryan has said that lending his likeness to Johnny Cage has been "the coolest job [he's] done to date." So too, Nico Milado has described giving Scorpion a face his "wildest childhood dream... come true."
That said, not all of the MK11 character models are newcomers to the franchise. Indeed, amid his other work as an actor, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa's face has been identified with Shang Tsung before, due to his portrayal of the MK11 DLC character in the live-action Mortal Kombat movie from 1995.
As mentioned, it is not possible to put together a complete list of MK11 models at this time. That said, though, some fans are certain to find interest in seeing this current list of confirmed Mortal Kombat 11 models, which offers a more intimate look at those that have helped bring the game's fighters to life.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.