As I'm reading about GR a lot lately, I was wondering: how do gravitons (if they exist ofc) impact the general relativity?
Since in GR, when we look at particles moving in space-time, we are only looking from geometric point of view so to say. Since gravity is represented with curvature of space-time via Einstein equations, we don't say gravity is a force that influences on bodies, gravity is just curvature affecting the bodies.
So if there is a graviton (gravitons) which would be mediators of gravity as a force within or not within the Standard Model, how would this be reconciled with the view of gravity as a curvature of space and time?
I would guess that this kinda question was asked by some scientists and answered, but I never really read anything on it. I don't even remember seeing gravitons mentioned in standard books about GR.
Are there any explanations about it?