Metroid Prime 4 info:-
Metroid Prime 4, It’s been ten years since we’ve joined Samus for a round of arm cannon blasting. It’s not so surprising, then, that Metroid fans everywhere are really feeling the absence of our favorite armored space-faring protagonist.
The excitement was palpable when was officially announced during Nintendo’s Livestream at E3 back in 2017. All we got was a 42-second teaser trailer, and it didn’t really reveal anything. But it was enough to make us all starry-eyed.
All we got was a shiny title that held with it the promise of seeing the beloved series finally make a comeback. After that, a lot of radio silence followed, until finally, we got another update in January of this year. Nintendo posted the update in the form of a video from Senior managing executive officer, Metroid Prime 4.
Shinya Takahashi, who revealed that the current project was being scrapped and restarted with Texas-based Retro Studios at the helm. The release of Metroid Prime 4 might still feel like it’s lightyears away, Metroid Prime 4.
but knowing Nintendo wants to do the series justice and deliver something worthy, Metroid Prime 4 of all the passionate Metroid fans out there means it’ll undoubtedly be worth the wait.
Metroid Prime 4 Development:-
Nintendo announced Metroid Prime 4 in June 2017 during their E3 online showcase, showing only the logo. Shortly after the announcement, Bill Trinen, director of marketing at Nintendo of America, confirmed that Prime 4 would not be developed by Retro Studios, Metroid Prime 4.
the studio that developed the previous Metroid Prime games, but would be produced by Kensuke Tanabe, the producer of the previous games. In 2018, Eurogamer confirmed that Bandai Namco Studios in Singapore was developing Prime 4.
On several occasions during 2018, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé stated that was “well into development” and “proceeding well”. However, Nintendo did not show it at E3 2018, and would only share more information once they believed they “had something that would wow people”.
Fils-Aimé said while Nintendo prefers to reveal information about games six to nine months before release, they had revealed Prime 4 early to assure fans that a game was in development for Switch, similar to their announcement of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
In a video released in January 2019, Nintendo EPD general manager Shinya Takahashi announced that Metroid Prime 4 would be delayed and that its development had been restarted with Retro Studios. Takahashi said that development under Bandai had not met Nintendo’s standards. Nintendo’s shares fell by 2.8 percent in the week following the announcement. Please See More Information……….
Metroid Prime 4 Making:-
In the update video above, Takahashi revealed that the development of was being done in conjunction with Retro Studios. However even with the change in the development team, producer Kensuke Tanabe is still producing the game, and working closely with Retro Studios.
Previously, Eurogamer had confirmation from multiple sources that the dev team making for Switch is Bandai Namco Studios Singapore. It’s now not entirely clear how involved Bandai Namco is with the game, and it’s entirely possible that development duties could have been taken away from them entirely, and given purely to Retro Studios.
We also know that the game’s story will tie together events of the Metroid Prime universe and take it in new directions. Metroid Prime 4 The game’s official fact sheet also states that the Nintendo Switch game will feature the “action, isolation and exploration” the series is known for.
As for the first trailer for Metroid Prime 4, it’s nothing more than a tease. We are treated to the game’s logo and some music, but it’s impossible to read anything from it. We’ll add more news to this page as info is released for Metroid Prime 4. We’ve got a feeling we’ll be waiting quite a while for this one.
Metroid Prime 4 Release:–
As of right now, there’s no release date, or even a release window, for Metroid Prime 4. The sequel was first announced back in 2017, but in early 2019, Nintendo executive officer Shinya Takahashi revealed that the game had “restarted” the development process under Retro Studios.
With this massive shift in development, it’s unclear when could eventually be coming out. Takahashi specifically stated that it would be a “long road” until the next time a development update could be given for Metroid Prime 4, so don’t expect to hear about it again for at least the next few years.