Eidos-Montreal and Square Enix unveiled the "Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy" at the E3 2021 event. Marvel Entertainment has collaborated on the game's development.

It's a third-person tale that mixes compelling single-player action with a unique storyline, Gadgets Now said.

Square Enix said per Venture Beat that Square Enix will release "Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy" on October 26, 2021.

According to the official release, the game will be available on consoles, PC, and the GeoForceNOW streaming network for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. Nintendo announced there will be a Switch version during its Direct.

The Standard and Deluxe editions for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy are already available for pre-order, per IGN.

The comics are greatly influenced by "Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy" game. However, it takes a different approach to the "Guardians of the Galaxy." As Peter Quill, players go on a new voyage across the stars in this game. Inadvertently, the Guardians become the Galaxy's first and last line of defense.

Star-lord, Gamora, Rocket Raccoon, Drax the Destroyer, and the famed Groot are among the game's notable characters, Comicbook said. It's not surprising, then, that someone has already created a deep fake video in which Chris Pratt, who plays Star-Lord in the films, appears in the video game.

The deepfake was created by stryder HD, who makes "conceptual fan art videos using some deepfake technology" and other approaches daily. It's approximately half impressive and half terrifying. The Eidos-Montreal developers were well aware of the several iconic versions of these characters, including Star-Lord. The finished outcome results from multiple iterations and processes to ensure that it wasn't too similar to anything else or too different to be unrecognizable.

The first reveal trailer for "Guardians of the Galaxy" has been inspired by and closely resembles its MCU counterpart. Still, its promises are fidelity to the source material. With sounds from Bonnie Tyler's "I Need a Hero." It also captures the retro-music feelings for which Star-Lord is known. Square Enix has also posted a 10-minute gameplay clip alongside the trailer on their YouTube page.

Star-lord is voiced by Scott Porter, Gamora is voiced by Emily O'Brien, Rocket Raccoon is voiced by Nolan North, Drax the Destroyer is voiced by Brandon Paul Eells, and Groot is spoken by Adam Harrington.

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