Metroid Prime 4 Still under development, Nintendo Checked in the spotlight swing to focus on the latest games in the series, Metroid dread.
Nintendo announced at the E32021 showcase that Metroid Prime 4 is still under development, reassuring fans concerned about the radio prayer surrounding the game since project development resumed more than two years ago. And it seems.
Shinya Takahashi, Senior Managing Executive Officer of Nintendo, said in a presentation, “I would like to talk about one thing before releasing this next trailer.” “We are working hard on Metroid Prime 4, the latest game in the previously announced Metroid Prime series.”
This is a recurring note prior to the announcement of another major title, Metroid Dread. Metroid Dread is a new 2D entry in the series coming later this year.
Metroid Prime 4 was unveiled at E3 2017, but didn’t make it to the 2018 event because it wasn’t ready to show off. There was a radio prayer in the game for over a year before Nintendo announced the resumption of development.
At that time, Mr. Takahashi explained that “it did not meet the standards.” [Nintendo seeks in] It’s a sequel to the Metroid Prime series, and the final version will be “comparable to past Metroid Prime series titles.”
Immediately after the announcement, producer Kensuke Tanabe was appointed to co-star with Retro Studios, and the game resumed from the beginning.
Metroid Prime 4 is under development at Retro Studios, and the newly announced Metroid Dread is being developed by Mercury Steam. Don’t worry if the presence of this recently announced game means bad news for the troubled Metroid Prime sequel.
Metroid Prime 4 has no release date yet.