In Mortal Kombat 11, each character on the roster gets their own story ending upon completion of the game's Klassic Tower. This means that with the addition of the Terminator T-800, the next Mortal Kombat 11 DLC character, an entirely new story ending will be available for fans to enjoy. While players will be able to unlock this MK11 Terminator story ending for themselves when he releases in early access next week, the details of the conclusion have already surfaced.
After defeating Kronika, the Mortal Kombat 11 Terminator story ending begins with an explanation of the accidental arrival of the Terminator in the realm of MK11. This "epic accident" would not stop the cyborg, though, as the Terminator quickly determined that eliminating Kronika, and taking her hourglass, was the best way to proceed with his mission — a mission centered around the destruction of humanity and the rise of the machines.
However, once the Terminator laid his hands on Kronika's hourglass, he discovered that the only possible outcome to the war between humans and machines was their "mutual destruction." This led the Terminator to a new mission: creating a future where humans and machines coexist peacefully. That said, the new Mortal Kombat 11 DLC character soon realized that the only way to secure this future was to destroy all knowledge of the hourglass, including the knowledge stored in his "machine mind."
In response, the Termiantor "threw himself into the infinite depths of the sea of blood" in a moment that is sure to remind many fans of the conclusion to the 1991 film Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Indeed, it seems that this strategy was effective, as it is said that he was never found, and the secrets of Kronika's hourglass remained concealed. It is further stated that the Terminator would have said that his actions were the "only logical choice," but that does not keep the narrator from calling him a hero.
Some of the Mortal Kombat 11 story ending have caused controversy, and it remains to be seen how fans will react to the Terminator story ending in MK11. However, many players will simply be happy to have the chance to take their favorite cyborg into battle, and they will be able to do exactly that very soon.
Mortal Kombat 11 is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One, with a Stadia version in development.