Saturday, July 24th, 2021

Rumor: According to industry insiders, “Metro Warrior Prime Trilogy” will soon be released on Switch

We got the latest news about the long-rumored Metroid Prime Trilogy The remaster is said to be moving to Switch.

According to recognized industry insider and VentureBeat reporter Jeff Grubb, the development of the game has been completed and is now awaiting release.

In a recent episode of the Giant Bomb show, Jeff said that Nintendo is waiting for the right time to reveal it-the pandemic still causes some problems, partly because Metroid Prime 4. This is a transcription courtesy of VGC:

“The game is finished, and Nintendo is holding it. I think the Metroid Prime trilogy is finished, and Nintendo will release it now or later depending on other factors… I think as long as Nintendo thinks this is the right time, this This game will be in their pockets, and Nintendo has done a lot of such things recently. This is not uncommon. This is not a sign that something bad has happened, nor is it a sign of lack of confidence in Metroid… Nintendo can afford it. [to sit on it] That’s how they treat it. “

“I think a big problem for Nintendo during the pandemic is quality assurance… I think Nintendo will focus its quality assurance resources on one or two big projects at a time, which means that some basically completed games have been shelved. On the one hand, although their lock-in security QA process focuses on one or two more important games… Japan is still dealing with these issues, so I don’t think these processes will open anytime soon.”

“Another factor in the Metroid Prime trilogy is that it will definitely become the marketing beat of Metroid Prime 4, almost certainly. So now we got Metroid Fear this year, and then I think the Metroid Prime trilogy is their “Things” will be released when close to the release of Metroid Prime 4. “

As early as 2019, Imran Khan, the senior editor of Game Informer at the time, said that this game has been “completed for a long time” and mentioned that “more Metroid stuff” is worth looking forward to. Subsequently, the Swedish retailer listed the game again last year.

Recently, a former Metroid developer shared their thoughts on the Nintendo Switch trilogy and believes that this is unlikely to happen.

Do you think we will see the Metroid Prime trilogy on Nintendo Switch? Leave a comment below.