New Guardians of the Galaxy “Zero to Hero” Music Video Debuts

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oprainfall | Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy


Eidos-Montréal has released a new ’80s music video to celebrate the official release of “Zero to Hero”. This new single is by Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy’s Star-Lord Band. Their singles are both featured on the official Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Original Video Game Playlist. This playlist is available now, and contains 30 tracks from legendary artists such as:

  • Mötley Crüe
  • Bonnie Tyler
  • Billy Idol
  • Pat Benetar
  • Def Leppard

All songs in that playlist will be in the game itself, which releases on the 26th of October. It will arrive on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and streaming on GeForce NOW. The newly released music video takes inspiration from ’80s era cartoons. The cloud version for Nintendo Switch will also launch on the same day.

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