Retro Studios has started Metroid Prime 4 development from scratch

news 2019-01-25T19:23:29 By Tim Hanlon

Nintendo’s Shinya Takahashi has taken to YouTube to announce the delay of Metroid Prime 4.

The game was announced back at E3 2017, and was expected to release in 2019, but was scrapped after being deemed unfit for the series.

Retro Studios, developers of the first three Metroid Prime titles, have started with a clean slate under producer Kensuke Tanabe.

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