Buckle those seat belts and get ready for an epic journey across the cosmos. Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is now available for PlayStation®5 (PS5), PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and streaming via GeForce NOW. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: Cloud Version for Nintendo Switch™ is also available in select regions. In celebration, the team has released a new trailer detailing what fans can expect in the game.
Created by the Eidos-Montréal™ team, who worked closely with Marvel Entertainment, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is a single player action-adventure with an all-new story and fresh take on the Guardians of the Galaxy. “Collaborating with Marvel Entertainment to bring Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy to life has been an absolutely incredible journey and experience for the Eidos-Montréal team” said David Anfossi, Head of Studio at Eidos-Montréal. “We’re excited for fans to jump into Marvel’s Guardians...
Watch the latest trailer for the upcoming third-person, action-adventure game. Pre-orders of the game include the Marvel Legacy Outfit Pack, an exclusive nameplate, beta access, and more. PlayStation 4 players can also play the beta first when they pre-order any edition on PlayStation 4.
There is no way we could play an avengers game without a story, a good one. To understand the story even better, there will be a collection of prequel comics that will present some of the events which took place before the events in the game. The first comic to reach our eyes is the Marvel’s Avengers: Iron Man, which is available to purchase at this very moment at the price of $3.99.
The comic’s official store page gives a slight look into the
story, which will be set outside the Marvel Universe we know. The main enemy of
the superhero team will be the Lethal Legion, a group of one of the most
notorious and powerful villains, which together want to take control over the
world and destroy the Avengers.
Since it was announced a few years ago (2017), we found out in 2019 what the game will be...
Marvel's Avengers smashed its way to our hearts in a spectacular debut at E3. Even if Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix kept showing only cinematics, the long wait has been justified with 18 minutes of gameplay that represents a prologue mission named "A-Day" shown off to the public at Gamescom.
First of all, the location has been chosen perfectly. The "Warfield" created by the bad guys is just gorgeous, being completed by the in-game dialogue of the characters. In the mission "A-Day," we can control every one of the five heroes that are available - at least as far as we can tell from this video.
First of all, we get to see Thor in all his might showing off his lightning powers alongside some hammer punching. Iron man can fly, providing air support, relying on his missiles and lasers. Next in line,...