Metroid Dread was released on October 8, 2021, obtaining excellent feedback from critics and audiences, however fans of the iconic Nintendo series continue to wait impatiently for news on Metroid Prime 4, announced during E3 2017 but by
Although Nintendo is working hard on the development of Metroid Prime 4, as insured during the Nintendo Direct of E3 2021, the Kyoto house currently has no idea when the expected fourth episode of the three-dimensional series will be its debut The clue comes from the company’s latest financial report, which also includes the list of first-party titles in development with lots of dates. While we find highly anticipated titles like The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, Bayonetta 3, Spliton 3 and Kirby and the Lost Earth with an exit period fixed at 2022, Metroid Prime 4 is the
Metroid fans must therefore continue to arm themselves with godly patience before having certainties and newness on the next episode still completely wrapped in mystery. In the past few weeks, some backgrounds have emerged from the series’ past: Nintendo considered Samus’ voice in Metroid Prime too sensual, for example.