The killing machine of the future has made its way to the present of Mortal Kombat 11, but does The Terminator hold information about our future? The guest character's victory sequence has got fans taking, making fun of pre-game data mining leaks with a list of prospective Kombat Pack 2 fighters. Read on for details:

Upon defeating an opponent, The Terminator will scan his victim with the iconic first-person data readout seen in now classic films. His analysis will assess an opponent's threat level, running through data directories that show folders for every fighter in the game, including Kombat Pack additions, and a list of unexpected names under a "\DLC\KP2\" directory [pictured above].

The fighters listed in the readout include Mileena, Rain, Li Mei, Sareena, Meat, and Mokap.

If you weren't already thinking this is just a joke, the last two names will almost certainly get you there. Meat and Mokap are avatars for Mortal Kombat's lighter side, last appearing together in 2006's compilation roster Armageddon, after debuting as comedic secret characters in Mortal Kombat 4, and Deadly Alliance, respectively.

Mileena and Rain remain sought-after fighters from the Trilogy era referenced by Mortal Kombat 11's time-bending story. Both appeared as opponents in Mortal Kombat X, where Li Mei and Sareena also made story mode cameos. Oblique references to the fighters can be found throughout MK11, with much of Mileena's oeuvre accessible through Kitana customization options. Rain, who was a non-playable opponent in MKX, can be seen falling to an impailed death in The Krypt.

Mortal Kombat X released a second Kombat Pack, but so far the only indications of additional character DLC, beyond next year's Spawn, come from data-mined references to Sheeva, Fujin, and Ash.

In an interview with Gameinformer, Creative Director Ed Boon acknowledged the roster had been leaked. It's presently unclear if this reference included the three unaccounted characters, or just those later confirmed with an official reveal. Ash vs Evil Dead actor Bruce Campbell denied involvement with the game.

The original data-mined leaks also reference DLC for "EnvironmentName", "StoryName", and "GOTY". The Terminator's analysis sequence also shows Environment, with additional DLC finishers referencing the series' past: Friendship, Babality, Animality, Hara-Kiri, and Ultra Kombo.

Do you think some or all of these things are in our future -- or is it just a joke? Share your wild theories about Judgment Day in the comments section below and ride into the Mortal Kombat 11 forum for more discussion topics. Special thanks to MK Online user Eyes_of_Wind for suggesting we take a closer look at this story!