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Mortal Kombat X, the new entrant in the definitive gore-strewn fighting franchise, will be released worldwide on April 14, 2015, Warner Bros. Interactive announced today. Nether Realm is offering the iconic four-armed, half-human half-dragon juggernaut Goro in the game as a pre-order incentive. The indomitable Shokan warrior championed the Mortal Kombat tournament for over 500 years, and his newest representation in MKX adequately portrays him in all of his muscle-clad glory. Goro joining the cast of deadly warriors isn’t exactly a surprise; a bit ago it was announced that famous electromancer Raiden would be joining the party, and it’s arguable that it isn’t a Mortal Kombat game without