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One of the best titles we have received this year is Metroid Dread, delivery that premiered last October and has been a resounding success for the Switch. Because of this, Nintendo wants you to finish 100% of the adventure without problems, and shares the official report number 11, which will share some tips to achieve it.

Nintendo gives you some suggestions so that Samus does not have problems in Metroid Dread

Metroid Dread had the best debut of the franchise and has managed to trap fans (and not fans) in a story full of emotions, which has a gameplay that veteran fans of the saga surely missed.

Despite the fact that the game will be on the market for 2 months, Nintendo knows that there are still many people who are playing it, so it has just shared the aforementioned report where it takes the opportunity to teach you some strategies and tips in general that can help you in your mission.

Here you can see it:

“The Report of Metroid Dread come back for a special edition entry! This time around, we’ll take a look at field-proven tips and strategies that can help you get out of some tough situations, ”the tweet reads.

As you can see, if you are still trying to avoid encounters with the EMMIs or simply do not know where to go on the map, the people in charge of the game give you some clues so that you can enjoy the title without any setback.

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We remind you that Metroid Dread is nominated in the Best Game of the Year category at The Game Awards 2021, an event that will take place on December 9 and that we will cover for you.

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