Will Nintendo show Metroid Prime 4 on the VGA:s

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Last year Bayonetta 3 was announced at the Video Game Awards, this year we hope its Samus turn to shine. It has gone over a year since we were first told that Metroid Prime 4 would be developed for the Nintendo Switch, but since then we haven’t heard much about the upcoming title. Fortunately, it may change during the 2018 edition of The Game Awards.

A very familiar emblem. An indication that this is the case can be found in an image update that Program Manager Geoff Keighley posted on Twitter. In the picture, we see that Nintendo’s own Reggie Fils-Aime wears a sweater with a very familiar emblem.

Last year Bayonetta was announced

Whether this means anything at all, of course, remains to be seen but for desperate Metroid fans, there is something to be excited about. During last year’s Game Awards, Bayonetta 3 was announced exclusively for the Nintendo Switch, so of course; we hope Nintendo can offer something of the same calibre this year. Continue reading for more information about Metroid Prime 4 and the development of the game. It is expected to become the best of the best games this year.

Metroid Prime 4 development “goes well,” promises Nintendo

We do know a little bit more about the game, but we hope to see more this year. In fact, Nintendo did not say a single word about the Switch game at this E3. When talking to Gameinformer, Reggie Fils-Aimé told us why we got to see a logo at last years E3 and not a single thing this year. This game is just insanely good and we believe that there will be many updates going forwards. So many games these days do not have the marketing budget but this game has great gameplay and a budget. This is the two main reasons why we believe that it will become a huge success in many parts of the world. This type of games has for a long time becoming increasingly popular and today we believe it is time for the big turn around. Make sure to check back for more updated and the latest news for this incredible game.

Developed by Bandai Namco?

These are the words from the American Nintendo Boss What do we actually know about Metroid Prime 4? Hardly anything at all, honestly. One thing we know is that it’s not being developed by Retro Studios but instead by Bandai Namco.