Star-Lord, Rocket, Groot, Drax and Gamora could be the protagonists of a Square-Enix game dedicated to the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Jeff Grubb has other rumors to share with us: according to the insider, Square-Enix would be working to adapt the Guardians of the Galaxy to the video game medium. Speaking about it during the latest installment of his YouTube show, Jeff Grubb’s Game Mess, the reporter revealed that this title should be a reality.
Grubb preferred not to say too much about the possible presence at E3 2021 of the title starring the cosmic superheroes from Marvel. If you want, you can follow the episode in its entirety by consulting the video below.
It is not the first time that Jeff Grubb is talking about it: even before the Guardians of the Galaxy and a possible adaptation by Square-Enix, in fact, the insider revealed the modest expectations that surround the Microsoft and Xbox event at E3 2021.
The rumors about a possible game on the raids of Star-Lord and company have been going on for four years now. A previous leak has in fact seen Eidos Montreal protagonist of the development of the game. Since then, the Japanese publisher has released Crystal Dynamics’ game-as-a-service, Marvel’s Avengers.
So far the Marvel cinematic universe has released two movies themed, with a third coming in ever by the volcanic James Gunn. We will also review the characters in Thor: Love and Thunder, following the appearance in the ambitious group projects Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
Speaking of choral projects, the only video game appearances of the Guardians of the Galaxy have always been in crossover projects. In particular, the games where the characters were most seen were the two LEGO Marvel Super Heroes and, more recently, in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order for Nintendo Switch.