It seems as if Bandai Namco is working on Metroid Prime 4

Metroid Prime 4

It seems as if Bandai Namco is working on Metroid Prime 4

Another interesting thing to bide the time would be if Nintendo releases an HD port of the Metroid Prime Trilogy to the Nintendo Switch, thereby allowing newcomers of the series to become familiar with the sequence of events leading up to Metroid Prime 4.

Metroid Prime 4 was briefly announced via a logo shown during Nintendo's E3 2017 broadcast.

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Bandai Namco was surprised by the success of the Nintendo Switch and the studio is now enthusiastic on making more games for the hybrid console saying that it plans to add more resources in developing games for the Switch.

As a reminder, this is all still just a report and has not been confirmed by Nintendo, Bandai Namco, or any other official source. The LinkedIn profile has since been amended and all references to the games have been removed.

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There are also reports that Ridge Racer 8 will be exclusive to Nintendo Switch and is another project tied to Bandai Namco. Nintendo probably won't confirm which studio is working on Metroid Prime 4 until it reveals more about the game, and for now, we don't know when that'll be. Another publication site claims "multiple sources" have confirmed it to be true that Bandai Namco is working on Metroid Prime 4, but the company hasn't commented on that yet.

That is in no way to say that Bandai Namco would flub this. This will be of particular interest to Star Wars fans, as the team allegedly responsible for the game are the same developers who were behind the canceled Star Wars 1313. They developed both Pokken Tournament and Super Smash Bros for 3DS and Wii U, so they're familiar with how Nintendo works. It's not unusual for Nintendo to announce a game so early in development (much like it did with Breath of the Wild) but it does make us curious for what to expect. We'll have to wait and see. I really, really want to know now!

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