Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is the latest collaboration between Square Enix and Marvel Games. It received an 80 on Metacritic, which was a surprise after a few mediocre trailers resulted in sour expectations. Now, this steep PS5 Cyber Monday deal means you can play Eidos Montreal's latest game for more than 50% off.
Now, you can get Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy for $25 from Amazon. That's $35 off of its original price, and while this may only be for PS4, you can easily upgrade to PS5 through a digital download.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: was $60 now $25 @ Amazon
Marvel's Guardian of the Galaxy is $35 off on PS4. If you're on PS5, you can insert the PS4 disc into the console and download the digital PS5 version of the game for free from the PlayStation Store. While the PS5 version isn't currently in stock, this is a good work around to get access to the current-gen version.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is currently $25 dollars off from Amazon. Considering the game only just launched last month, this is a pretty steep sale. While the PS4 version is what's on sale, a free PS5 upgrade is easily accessible. Simply insert the PS4 disc into your PS5 and you'll be able to download the digital next-gen version of Guardians of the Galaxy. Whenever you want to play the game, you'll still need to insert the PS4 disc into the console. Obviously, this won't work if you're using a digital edition PS5.
Guardians of the Galaxy was praised by critics for its charming banter and earnest narrative. While its trailers failed to do the game justice, most criticisms towards the experience revolve around its mediocre combat and underwhelming progression systems.
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