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Today is the day when Metroid Prime 4 made fun of fans for the first time, and Nintendo confirmed its existence during E3 2017.
It’s hard to forget the initial tease; a 40-second clip was broadcast during Nintendo’s E3 Direct, slowly and immediately recognized a huge number “4” to fans of the series. After a short pause, 4 moved aside to confirm what we wanted-Metroid Prime 4 is now under development.
Of course, not many fans would expect that now, four years later, we will still wait for even the slightest news. We have no footage, no screenshots, and almost no information, although all of this is understandable given this situation.
The game was initially revealed to be under development by a new team led by series producer Kensuke Tanabe, but in January 2019, Nintendo announced that the development would be completely cancelled and restarted, now in Retro Studios.
Previously, the former President of Nintendo of the United States Reggie shared several pieces of news, saying that things are “going smoothly” and that the game is “under development”, but Nintendo finally confirmed that “the current development progress has not yet reached our standards.” Seeking a sequel” as part of the development restart announcement.
So, will we see it at E3 2021? Well, we don’t believe it—in fact, in our E3 forecast roundtable, the greatest hope we can gather is the potential of the new logo. As development starts from the ground up, it is not surprising if we have to wait a few more years to hear more.
Hope not to wait and also long.
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Ronald is a blogger who is always fascinated with the games and the amount of knowledge he can gather from the internet. He is trying to nerdify everyone around his with that same knowledge, through his writings.