Metroid Prime is a first person action adventure title developed by Retro Studios and published by Nintendo.
The game was originally announced at E3 2017, but development on the game was scrapped and restarted in January 2019, with Retro Studios – developers of the original Metroid Prime trilogy – taking over as the lead developer.
Though it was announced in 2017, development on the highly anticipated sequel would be restarted in 2019 under Retro Studios.
Development on the Switch exclusive continues to moving along.
The Austin-based developer is looking to move into a new 40,000 square feet office.
The upcoming sequel could possible be much more focused on story than its predecessors.
Jon Marcella joins Retro Studios as Environment Designer.
Industry vet Dylan Jobe joins Austin-based Retro Studios.
Retro Studios are continuing to staff up for the upcoming Switch exclusive.
New recruit Adad Morales previously also worked on Visceral's cancelled Star Wars project.
Retro Studios are continuing to bring on more talent.
Retro might be looking to speed up development.
A bounty hunter and a Spartan enter a bar.
Development on the game, it seems, has begun in earnest.
Nintendo tried to have Metroid Prime 4 developed by multiple studios around the globe, and that didn’t work out, apparently.
Nintendo's Shinya Takahashi says development had "not reached the standards" of the series.
But Metroid Prime 4 or Metroid Prime Trilogy? That’s what we don’t know yet.
Will it be revealed at The Game Awards ceremony next month?
Nintendo fans giving Kojima fans a run for their money with their desperation.
Nintendo of America president has given assurances that the development of Metroid Prime 4 is coming along nicely.
The next time we see it will be when Nintendo feels comfortable showing it, apparently.
If true, this would mark the first multiplayer in the series in nearly 15 years.
The studio houses developers who worked on the cancelled Star Wars 1313.
According to what has been found by one YouTuber, both of these games are probably currently in development at Bandai Namco.
Now this would make Switch's 2018 one to remember.
An exception was made.
This is sounding better and better.
Being developed in house at Nintendo.
Is this a dream?
Make it a launch title, and we're talking, Nintendo.