Metroid Dread is a Metroidvania action-adventure game developed by Mercury Steam and Nintendo, and published by Nintendo.
It is the fifth mainline instalment in the 2D Metroid saga, and a sequel to Metroid Fusion. It is the first new 2D Metroid entry in nearly two decades.
A new Metroid Dread Report details the several improvements being made to map functionality in the upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive.
In a new blog update, the developers of Metroid Dread provide new details on the game's stalker enemies, the E.M.M.I. robots.
A new mainline 2D Metroid game has finally been announced, ending nearly two decades of anticipation. Here's everything you should know about Metroid Dread.
As usual, Nintendo has decided to lock gameplay altering upgrades behind amiibo that no one will actually be able to purchase for a reasonable price.
Series producer Yoshio Sakamoto says that even though Metroid Dread is ending a 5-game story arc, it also sets up future instalments.
Another Treehouse Live segment shows off over 20 minutes of gameplay from the upcoming game, which is out for the Switch later this year.
Metroid Dread is the first new 2D Metroid game since Metroid Fusion, which was released on the Game Boy Advance in 2002.
A lengthy gameplay demo showcased at the post-E3 Treehouse stream shows the upcoming Switch exclusive Metroid Dread in action.
Mechanics like the Melee Counter and Free Aim return, while Samus can utilize sliding and the Spider Magnet for climbing certain walls and ceilings.
Samus finally makes her return along with the series' 2D side-scrolling action roots. Survive against a new kind of invincible killer robot named E.M.M.I.
These games are nearing completion, insider says.
Too good to be true?
The teases in Metroid: Samus Returns were put there for a reason.