To celebrate the release of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy’s second Star-Lords single, “Zero to Hero”, Eidos-Montreal released a tremendously 80s new music video. Both singles from the group are included in the original Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy playlist, released on October 8th.
Inspired by cartoons from the 1980s, the music video puts the spotlight on the nostalgia factor, offering a cue as to why Peter Quill chose the title “Star-Lord” in the game’s universe. But it doesn’t stop there! Eidos-Montréal also released an old live recording of the single on VHS, featuring the Star-Lords in all the glory of long hair in the wind: combined with the animated video, it gives all fans an extended version to let loose on.
Star-Lords “Zero to Hero” and “Space Riders (With No Names)” enrich the original Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy playlist, which includes 30 iconic licensed tracks from legendary artists such as Mötley Crüe, Bonnie Tyler, Billy Idol, Pat Benetar, Def Leppard, BLONDIE and many more. All the songs in the playlist are also present in the game, with the possibility of replacing them with streaming-proof alternatives should the need arise.
The complete Star-Lords album, made specifically to accompany this adventure, will be released on Tuesday, October 26, simultaneously with the game, and will be available for purchase separately.
The game will be available for PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC and streaming with GeForce NOW on October 26, 2021. The game is also coming to Nintendo Switch ™ in a cloud version in some regions. , starting October 26.