Announced at E3 of 2017, the development of Metroid Prime 4 was not as Nintendo wanted, a circumstance that led to the restart of the project and the arrival of the title in the hands desired by all the fans of the series: those of Retro Studios. The title advances, and although it seems far away an announcement about the arrival of the fourth installment of the Samus Aran saga, its developers have posted a new job offer to expand their team.
As we can see in the Retro official website, is looking for, among others, an art director, artists for cinematographic scenes, graphic engineers, gameplay and physics as well as beta testers for their offices in Austin, Texas. Except unlikely surprise, the development of the game would still be at a very early stage of its development; Confirmation of the restart of production was made in January of this year.
Nintendo has presented some indicative dates about the upcoming releases of Switch recently. Predictably, the firm has chosen not to give a release date for Metroid Prime 4 yet.
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