No, it's not some terrible nightmare, Nintendo has actually announced the development of Metroid Prime 4 will be restarted with the original investor Retro Studios is now collaborating with producer Kensuke Tanabe.
Before this shocking announcement from Nintendo, there were rumors circulating at the end of last year for the re-release of Metroid Prime Trilogy for the Nintendo Switch as an appetizer. So, what is the current status of this speculative project? According to a series of tweets by Game Informer's senior editor Imran Khan, "it has been done for a long time," and the initial announcement for the Switch switch trilogue was due last month, but not necessarily at The Game Awards. Why exactly this game was not discovered by Nintendo around this time is unknown.
Above ResetEra, Khan said the Metroid Prime Recession's recession is likely to change Nintendo's schedule and mentioned how there were more "Metroid stuff" in the pipeline to predict.
Now that Nintendo has announced the Metroid Prime 4 news, do you think you should focus on releasing the Metroid Prime Trilogy as soon as possible, assuming it is more than a rumor? Tell us below.