Mortal Kombat X brings the beloved fighting franchise to the Xbox One with what developer NetherRealm Studios is calling a "cinematic presentation." Players will be able to choose from several variations on classic characters for the first time, bringing new depth and strategy to the way each character is played. In addition, players that pre-order the game will score the four-armed behemoth Goro as a bonus playable fighter.
You can grab Mortal Kombat X from the link below to start pre-loading the game before its April 14 release. Which fighter are you guys most excited to try out on your Xbox One?
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