Guardians of the Galaxy will only be single-player, as we recently learned. There is a sense of relief among many that Eidos Montreal will not follow the same path as Crystal Dynamics. Square Enix owns both companies, but Marvel's Avengers did a poor job of keeping a fan base, and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is not following that pattern.
Many games make things harder for players by being "online-only," even when the game is offline. Fans have never taken well to this, and many hope that being online will always remain an option. Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy aspires to be the perfect game, so did it do this right?
To help you pre-order the game, we have a Guardians of the Galaxy Price & Pre-Order Guide: Cosmic Deluxe Edition, Bonuses, & Prices.
Does Guardians of the Galaxy Support offline play?
Yes. There will be offline play for Guardians of the Galaxy, which is excellent. Players of Guardians of the Galaxy will not need to worry if outages will ruin their gaming sessions. As it appears, Guardians of the Galaxy will be a game we used to get, complete and without publisher strings attached.
Sony confirms this in this picture below:
Square Enix announced the launch date for Guardians of the Galaxy, October 26, 2021, for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.