Watch The Guardians Of The Galaxy Battle Thanos In Telltale's Launch Trailer

"Let's go be heroes."


Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series is about to launch its first episode, and now Telltale Games has released the full trailer for the game spinoff of the popular comics and films.

The Telltale Series will follow Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket, and Groot on their adventures to save the galaxy. The trailer shows The Guardians battling Thanos, but it seems our heroes have much more to worry about. After discovering an artifact of unspeakable power, Telltale says they will have to battle a ruthless enemy, "the last of her kind," who will stop at nothing to get her hands on it.

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Episode One: Tangled Up in Blue will hit virtual stores tomorrow, April 18, and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $5. The game will also be released on iOS and Android devices.

Telltale will release Episodes 2-5 in the next few months. The game is getting a physical release on May 2 (May 5 outside North America). This will be available for $30 and will include Episode One, giving you free access to the next four episodes as they launch.

Telltale has not yet announced plans to release the game on any other platforms, but it is likely Nintendo Switch will get the game too. In March, stores in the UK, US, and Russia listed physical versions of the game for sale on Switch. Telltale Games has neither confirmed nor denied its Guardians of the Galaxy game is being released on Nintendo's newest console.

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Deus Ex studio Eidos is also reportedly working on its own Guardians of the Galaxy game. As for the film series, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters on May 5, and you can check out the trailer here.

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