Wednesday, August 17

Metroid Prime for Nintendo Switch would arrive in the second half of 2022

The rumor about the remastering of Metroid Prime for Nintendo Switch is ringing again thanks to an acquaintance insider that ensures that will debut in the second half of this same 2022. Initially, it was thought that the Metroid Prime trilogue would land on the hybrid console to warm up engines for the future. Metroid Prime 4, the highly anticipated sequel to be carried out by Retro Studios. However, there were not a few insiders who later pointed out that, instead of Metroid Prime Trilogy, only the first installment of 2002 will arrive with an ambitious and surprising face lift.

According to reports from Gaming Bolt, the insider known as NateTheHate, who had previously spoken about this mysterious project, said in a recent podcast posted on YouTube that the remastering of Metroid Prime will be launched during the second half of 2022 as Nintendo plans this title to serve as a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the original GameCube game.. Interestingly, it is not the first insider which mentions that the title should arrive this year on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Samus Aran’s first three-dimensional adventure, although as we always warn, it is advisable to take this information with caution until it is confirmed or denied by Nintendo.

What can we expect from this Metroid Prime remastering?

Emily Rogers, Jeff Grubb, NateDrake or NateTheHate himself are the insiders -some of them quite reliable by several correct predictions in the past- who have spoken the most about this remastering of Metroid Prime. What have they commented on the game? At the moment, very few details, although everything indicates that the project took several years of development behind it and that will respect all the content of the original game, all accompanied by a technical section completely renewed for the occasion. Hopefully, if the rumor is true, Metroid Prime arrives at the Nintendo hybrid console to liven up the wait for the long-awaited Metroid Prime 4, whose development progresses favorably.

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