The new Nintendo Direct is imminent, and may Metroid Prime come to Switch this year? Do more with today’s GameSpot news.
It’s been rumored that Nintendo Direct (* on-screen Xenoblade footage * no, it’s not) is in production by the end of June for the past few weeks. At the 11th hour, Nintendo confirmed that Direct was actually happening * Cheering sound effect * buuuuutttttt * Record scratch sound effect ends cheering * One of the mini-presentations dealing only with third party titles Will be. So expect to see news about titles like Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, not the sequel to Breath of the Wild.
Jeff Grubb of GameSpot’s sister site Giant Bomb says he heard Nintendo plans to spread the Not-E3 presentation during the summer, so you may not have to wait that long if this Direct doesn’t talk to you. not. For those who do.
Speaking of Jeff Grab, this year is the 20th anniversary of his beloved Metroid Prime, and Nintendo seems ready to finally remaster this classic in time for the celebration. Grubb reports that the remaster was “quite certainly” said to be one of Nintendo’s 2022 holiday releases. Grubb is also not a full trilogy package, this release is just a remaster of the first Metroid Prime, and there are plans to eventually re-release two and three, but these titles are at the same level. It states that it may not be overhauled.