According to several publications at once, including VentureBeat and VGC, the Metroid Prime trilogy for Switch is already ready, however Nintendo is postponing the announcement and release. The main reasons are the limitations of the department‘s resources as quality and the desire to release a compilation closer to the release of the fourth part — it doesn’t even have an approximate release date. One of the journalists reported on the trilogy‘s readiness back in 2019.
According to Jeff Grabb, the company can afford to hold off for a more successful period — it’s not a sign of trouble like a lack of brand belief. Metroid will release the first 2D game in 19 years — Metroid Dread.
More on Iromania Take-Two forced to remove a number of modifications based on GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas Ubisoft sued for systematic harrasment Android began early access mobile XCOM Legends.