METROID PRIME 4: Retro Studios Has Hired CALL OF DUTY Series Veteran As Lead Engineer

Metroid Prime 4 was one of Nintendo’s biggest announcements of E3 in 2017, and because wouldn’t it be? The final diversion in a Metroid Prime array was expelled in Aug of 2007, and fans had been clamouring for a new diversion flattering many given then.

Of course, Nintendo had a shining thought to announce Metroid Prime: Federation Force for a Nintendo 3DS in 2015, and to this date it is still one of a many negatively perceived games in both a regular Metroid and Metroid Prime series, to a indicate some even cite Metroid: Other M to a Nintendo 3DS title. 

The indicate is that Metroid Prime 4 is still one of a many rarely expected games for a Nintendo Switch, and 3 years after a diversion was strictly announced and we still don’t have any news per a project; other than Retro Studios is now behind as a developer, and that whatever swell had been done adult to that indicate is now gone.

Retro Studios also suggested that designers that had worked on Crysis 3 and Super Lucky’s Tale had assimilated Metroid Prime 4’s group of developers, as good as some Battlefield and Star Wars artists who assimilated a plan after on.

Today we have some news about Metroid Prime 4, as it has been reported that Call of Duty array veteran Bharathwaj Nandakumar has also assimilated a plan as Lead Engineer. Nandakumar has worked as Engineer in all of Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops titles, and quite as Senior Engineer in Call of Duty: Black Ops III.

While this might not be a kind of news that fans of a Metroid Prime array have been anticipating for, during slightest we know that a plan is still relocating forward. Unfortunately, a diversion might still be a integrate of years divided from finally apropos available; again, during slightest we know it hasn’t been cancelled.

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