Metroid Prime 4 is one of the most-anticipated games for the Nintendo Switch, and it has been a very long time since Nintendo has even teased the project. Initially announced with only a logo back at E3 2017, the long-awaited sequel has gone through a bit of a tumultuous development period, and it’s possible we could finally have some answers during the Nintendo Direct presentation at E3 2021. We didn’t think the “4” in the title meant four years in between announcements, but here’s what we know about Metroid Prime 4 so far.
Nintendo has not revealed a release date for Metroid Prime 4, simply revealing that the game was “in development” during E3 2017 and offering an apology for the wait at the beginning of 2019. During this second update, Nintendo’s Shinya Takahashi said it would be missing its internal release target for the game, but since we don’t know what that is, it’s unclear when we can expect Metroid Prime 4.
What We Know And Expect At E3 2021
In the grand scheme of things, the real answer is “almost nothing,” but there are a few things we know about Metroid Prime 4 already. Unfortunately, what we know wasn’t all positive news.
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