TelltaleGames will head back out to the furthest reaches of space this week with "Tangled Up In Blue", the first episode from their Guardians of the Galaxy series.
Ahead of next month's release of his "Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2", the director said on Twitter that there are five - count 'em, five - "post-credits" scenes bundled with his new movie, abundant even for a Marvel film.
The remaining episodes will release over the following months, while the physical retail edition of the game (which includes the first episode and a digital season pass for the remainder) arrives on 5 May in the United Kingdom, and 2 May in the US.
Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and Mac.
If you want to buy the physical edition of the game in the United Kingdom, you can order it from Amazon or Game for £24.99. They're meant to supersede their first instalments. It will also be available to download from iTunes or the Google Play Store later in the week.
"In the wake of an epic battle, the Guardians discover an artifact of unspeakable power". Watch the full trailer below. Most likely this will be pretty similar to all of their other games. "Old foes become new allies and fan-favorite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes" aid as the Marvel cinematic universe continues to expand.
We've also got Scott Porter as Peter "Star-Lord" Quill, Emily O'brien as Gamora, Brandon Paul Eells as Drax the Destroyer, and a little-known actor called Nolan North as the voice of Rocket Raccoon. The Walt Disney Company is the parent company of Marvel Entertainment and this station.
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