Marvel’s Avengers players may get a free Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy game item from now until July 1. Eidos Montréal, the studio behind Deus Ex and Shadow of the Tomb Raider, is in charge of the next Guardians of the Galaxy game, which Square Enix revealed a few weeks ago at E3 2021.
The debut of the game kicked off Square Enix’s E3 conference, offering fans a detailed glimpse at the game’s gameplay and combat systems. Players will be greeted with a narrative-driven journey involving choice and a diverse band of spacefaring misfits when the game launches this autumn.
Star-Lord will act as the lens through which the tale is conveyed, similar to the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. The game has already generated a lot of buzz, and now Marvel’s Avengers gamers can get in on the action as well.
From now until Thursday, July 1, all gamers may get a free Guardians of the Galaxy Epic Nameplate, according to Marvel’s Avengers’ Twitter account. According to the language on the post, this item is in honor of the latter title’s E3 2021 announcement.
The Epic Nameplate includes all five primary characters – Star-Lord, Groot, Gamora, Drax, and Rocket Raccoon – strewn throughout it. The free Nameplate may be found in the following tweet:
You got this.
Grab the free @GOTGTheGame nameplate from our Marketplace before July 1 to celebrate their intergalactic announcement! pic.twitter.com/YugBSAJqMT
— Marvel's Avengers (@PlayAvengers) June 28, 2021
An Epic Nameplate appears to be a little gift, yet it is still a freebie. And it’s one that Marvel’s Avengers fans would want to get their hands on before July 1st, which is just a few days away. Those who’ve jumped back into the experience in recent weeks will especially want to take advantage of any and all free content that developer Crystal Dynamics has on offer.
Marvel’s Avengers, a live-action game, has failed to keep an audience since its release over a year ago. Future patches will attempt to turn the tide in this regard, but it’s unclear whether a No Man’s Sky or Rainbow Six Siege-style redemption storyline is in the works for the troubled game. By virtue of its single-player-focused structure, Guardians of the Galaxy may not encounter the same issues that plague the Avengers project.