Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy

Square Enix’s latest game has been revealed as Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy, developed by the team at Eidos Montreal, who are best known for their efforts with the Deus Ex game.

The game is a single-player action-adventure game that casts the player as Peter “Starlord” Quinn, the team’s sort-of leader, as they try to save the galaxy from an catastrophe that they might have had a hand

In a pre-E3 press briefing, Mary Demarle, Eidos Montreal’s senior narrative director, that Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy wouldn’t have any DLC or microtransactions to ensure that everyone can dive into the game on day 1.

“There isn’t going to be any DLC for this game, there isn’t going to be any microtransactions,” explains Demarle. “That’s because, for us, it’s very important that on day one, when players get this game, they can have access to everything there is about this game and to experience it.

“So right off the bat, they can get all of the costumes or outfits that are available. They can find all the abilities as they progress through the game, it’s all there.”

How this statement sits next to the bonuses available for pre-ordering the game remains to be seen, as pre-ordering the game before the game’s October 26, 2021 launch will grant you access to the Throwback Guardians Outfit Pack, which lets you dress up the whole team in some classic outfits. Elsewhere, the Cosmic Deluxe Edition will offer up the Sunlord and Citylord cosmetic outfits for Starlord.

In other news Microsoft has confirmed that the upcoming Halo Infinite will feature crossplay as well as free-to-play multiplayer, and will launch this year.

Microsoft also showed off a story trailer of Halo Infinite. In the trailer, the Master Chief can be seen talking to a brand new AI construct. After initially confusing the AI for Cortana, Master Chief realises Cortana is still alive out there and sets out on a journey to find her.

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