It seems like a lie, but it is real. Today we are on the fourth anniversary of the announcement of the expected Metroid Prime 4 para Nintendo Switch.
The information was originally shared in 2017. Two years later, in 2019, the series producer, Kensuke Tanabe
The truth is that, apart from these highlighted dates, we have not been able to learn more information about Metroid Prime 4. Originally it was shared that the development “was going well” by the former president of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils Aime, but when it was delayed he himself acknowledged that “current development progress has not reached the standard expected of a sequel.” The most recent news that we have received corresponds to hiring of personnel.
The title has been placed as one of the most anticipated games In all these years, something that we have been able to verify on occasions such as the iGamesNews Awards. Along with Bayonetta 3 and the sequel to Breath of the Wild, it has never disappeared from the Most Anticipated category.
Now it’s time to see if finally in this year’s E3 we can know news … or not. What do you think?