Recently, NetherRealm Studios revealed the release dates for all of the Kombat Pack 1 characters for Mortal Kombat 11. While some fans were happy to have definitive dates for when to expect the DLC characters to come to the game, others were disappointed that some of the release dates were far off, and others still were disappointed that a previously leaked character, Ash Williams from Evil Dead, wasn't included in the lineup. However, it seems like Ash and a couple of other previously leaked characters could very well be in the works for Mortal Kombat 11's Kombat Pack 2.
As some may recall, there was a massive Mortal Kombat 11 leak prior to the game's launch that claimed to reveal all of its DLC characters. As it turns out, that leak has so far proven to be completely accurate, even correctly predicting guest characters like Spawn, The Terminator, and The Joker from DC Comics. However, there were three other characters named in that leak that are not part of Kombat Pack 1, leading to speculation that they could be in the works for Kombat Pack 2 instead.
The three characters in question are Evil Dead's Ash, as well as original Mortal Kombat characters Sheeva and Fujin. Assuming these DLC characters haven't been scrapped, one has to imagine that they will come to the game at some point in 2020, at some point after Spawn is added to the game on March 17.
A Google ad already outed Ash for Mortal Kombat 11, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him announced as a guest character for Kombat Pack 2. Fujin hasn't been playable at all since the 2011 Mortal Kombat reboot, so it would actually be somewhat surprising to see him announced. Sheeva, meanwhile, already exists in Mortal Kombat 11 as a character in the story mode, so it seems only natural for her to eventually become playable. After all, almost everyone else featured in Mortal Kombat 11's story is playable, so it seems odd to leave Sheeva out.
Of course, Kombat Pack 2 is likely to feature even more characters than Ash, Fujin, and Sheeva, but who they could be is up in the air. There have been no leaks about their identity, and with Kombat Pack 1 lasting through next March, it's unlikely that we'll learn any concrete information for quite some time.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One, with a Stadia version also in development.