Telltale's Guardian Of The Galaxy First Episode Release Date; Everything We Know So Far

Earlier today, Telltale Games revealed the release date for its brand new game Guardians of the Galaxy. The game series was announced last year, which bring little details about its release. With the recent revelation, fans would not wait for long as Telltale said that the series' first episode will debut this coming April 18. The first of five episodes of the game is entitled Tangled Up in Blue, which is a direct reference to the classic song from Bob Dylan's 1975 Blood in the Tracks album.

Aside from the release date, Telltale Games also shows a new still image for the game, which features Thanos being one of the series' antagonist. As seen on the photo, fans can get a good glimpse at Thanos going against Drax while both Groot and Starlord rush in to offer support.

The first episode of Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series will be priced at $5 for fans who want to get it first-hand. For players who wanted to buy the episodes according to the menu, they could buy the game's season pass. It is expected to become available on May 2 in North America and May 5 internationally, as Game Rant reported.

Fans should also expect a brand new trailer to arrive this coming Thursday at 9 AM PT as Telltale Games scheduled to launch more promotional materials for the game. Many are hoping that the upcoming trailer would highlight more details about Thanos' role in the game's plot.

Meanwhile, the game's confirmed platforms so far are PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and mobile platforms such as Android and iOS. However, it is possible that the list of supported platforms would expand soon. Recent report revealing the latest listing for the game on several retailers have shown a possibility of the game arriving to Nintendo Switch.

The first episode of Telltale Games' Guardians of the Galaxy entitled Tangled Up in Blue is expected to arrive on April 18 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Both Android and iOS are also included.


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