Today Square Enix and Nvidia released a new trailer of the upcoming Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy by Eidos Montréal.
The trailer showcases a cinematic introducing the Grand Unifier Raker, who certainly appears to have mixed intentions toward our heroes.
We also learn that the game will support ray-traced reflection and Nvidia’s DLSS technology.
You can watch the video below.
Here’s how Square Enix describes Raker himself:
“Meet Grand Unifier Raker, the leader of the Universal Church of Truth, a mysterious organization intent on bringing their so-called “Promise” to the whole galaxy. Self-righteousness ain’t gonna fly with the Guardians of the Galaxy. Will they live up to their name?”
“Fire up Star-Lord’s jet boots for a wild ride across the cosmos in this fresh take on Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. With the unpredictable Guardians at your side, blast your way from one explosive situation to another, with both original and well-known Marvel characters caught in a struggle for the fate of the universe. You got this. Probably.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is created by the seasoned Eidos-Montréal team, working closely with Marvel Entertainment to provide an original and authentic experience inspired by over 50 years of Guardians of the Galaxy lore. Influenced by the comics, this unique spin on the Guardians of the Galaxy will take players on a riotous journey across the stars as Peter Quill and the Guardians unintentionally become the galaxy’s first and last line of defense.
Master Star-Lord’s dynamic combat style to obliterate foes with his Element Blasters and call on the unique abilities of each Guardian to defeat a wild variety of interplanetary enemies. Also, as self-proclaimed leader of the Guardians of the Galaxy, players will engage in select player-choice driven dialogue and interactions between Quill and the Guardians that further strengthens the bonds within this dysfunctional family.
Finally, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy wouldn’t be complete without a killer soundtrack to rock out to while soaring through space in the Milano. The game is jam-packed with classic 1980s hits and kicking original tracks.”