Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Gets a New Story Trailer

Grand Unifier Raker may not be a widely known character, but he’s about to become the new arch-nemesis of the Guardians of the Galaxy. In Square Enix’s upcoming video game, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the Grand Unifer is leading the Church of Universal Truth on a path of interstellar conquest. However, the Guardians may not be up to the challenge of stopping him.

Square Enix has released a new story trailer for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, which brings the team face-to-face with the Grand Unifer. Additionally, the Grand Unifer offers them their hearts’ desire. For Drax, that’s a reunion with his dead daughter. And for Star-Lord, that’s a chance to say goodbye to his late mother, Meredith Quill.

Unfortunately, the Guardians’ refusal of these “gifts” makes them enemies of the church. And according to the Nova Corps’ Worldmind, that puts their chances at success at under 1%.

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Square Enix also shared the official description for the game:

“Twelve years ago, a massive Galactic War swept across the cosmos. Star-Lord, seeing opportunity for adventure and profit in a universe that’s finally moving on, recently formed the Guardians of the Galaxy to sell their services as heroes-for-hire. But now, a grand organization known as the Universal Church of Truth promises to bring back everything that was lost in the Galactic War. Powered by their faith, they’re spreading their beliefs to more and more worlds. It’ll soon be up to the Guardians to save the galaxy. No guts, no glory.”

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will hit PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X & Series S, and PC on October 26.

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