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Nintendo’s Japanese Twitter account briefly uploaded a previously invisible clip from the upcoming Metroid Fear, which shows the reconstructed elements at the end of Metroid: The Return of Sams.
The clip has now been deleted, and it reproduces the ending scene of the previous game from the developer MercurySteam in the series, the 2017 3DS remake of the Game Boy’s Metroid II: The Return of Sams.
It may be deleted soon, but the Internet will never forget it! @itsa_me_gameboy The clip is archived on Twitter-if you have no comments on potential spoilers, check them out below:
Someone also found that the same lens was set to private on Nintendo’s Japanese YouTube account (obviously the quality is much higher). Similarly, if you are in a state of Metroid Dread information interruption, please pay attention to the slight spoiler alert:
It is unclear exactly how this affects the Metroid Fear narrative. The English title of the Google translation of the above video is “Metroid Dread-A Scale of Fear Part 1”. Nintendo stated that the game will review the story so far from the previous four mainline entries of the series, so this clip is likely to be just someone in advance. A little part of the opening montage of the live broadcast.
indeed, The most recent tweet Link to from the same official Nintendo account an article Exploring the history of the Metroid series, allowing new players to keep up with the rhythm, so it is likely to be related to the game’s “restatement” of the previous entry narrative, as the company’s promotion team is preparing for the game’s release on October 8.
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