EIDOS Montreal has released a new video for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy that features some new RTX gameplay footage. EIDOS Montreal is using Ray Tracing in order to enhance the game’s reflections, and this footage can give you a glimpse at these ray-traced reflections.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will invite players to walk a lightyear in Peter Quill’s jet boots and lead his band of misfit heroes-for-hire across the cosmos in search of glory, riches and a way out of whatever mess they’ve gotten themselves into this time.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy will be a single-player game that – according to its devs – won’t have a DLC or micro-transactions. However, and after what happened with Marvel’s Avengers, we are a bit cautious about this.
The game will be also using Denuvo, and will release on October 26th. You can also find its official PC requirements here. One side note though. EIDOS Montreal issued a new statement, claiming that the game will be 80GB in size on PC.
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