THIS IS NOT A DRILL: Metroid Prime four is taking place. We know nothing at all about the game—Nintendo confirmed nothing at all but a brand during the company’s E3 presentation today—but it is coming to Change, even if we might not see it for a pretty prolonged time.
This is the fourth match in the beloved, critically acclaimed sequence, which began with Metroid Prime in 2002. That match and its sequels, Metroid Prime two (2004) and Metroid Prime three (2007), have been all produced by Retro Studios and are commonly deemed to be some of the greatest online games ever created.
Nintendo has not mentioned who is building Metroid Prime four.
What’s noteworthy about this information isn’t just that we’re lastly receiving the match that Nintendo fans have craved most. It’s that Nintendo is listening. With Change, the corporation has not only created a killer piece of hardware, it has confirmed that it is keen to finally—finally!—give fans the 1 match they’ve been inquiring for. Even if it requires right until 2020.