Rumor | Metroid Prime Remaster llegaría a finales de año al Nintendo Switch, Metroid Prime 2 y 3 llegarían tiempo después.

Nota: Toda la información de esta entrada es un simple rumor hasta que Nintendo diga lo contrario.

Durante la transmisión del día de hoy de su show: “Game Mess Mornings”, Jeff Grubb, popular insider que ha confirmado varios lanzamientos de la industria con anterioridad, menciona que una versión remasterizada del original Metroid Prime para Nintendo GameCube llegaría a finales de este año para Nintendo Switch. Esto, para festejar los 20 años de la serie:

“I can say that I’ve been told pretty definitively that Metroid Prime Remastered is going to be one of their big holiday games. In the past this is something I’ve heard is in the works, they’ve had things happening with that game. Now it’s like I’ve been told that their plans are to release that game this holiday, I think almost certainly to line up with the 20th anniversary in November. That’s happening and they need to tell us when that release date is.”

Adicional a esto, menciona que Metroid Prime 2 y 3 llegarían tiempo después al Nintendo Switch. Dice que tal vez se agreguen algunas mejoras y adaptaciones a los controles de todos estos juegos, sin embargo, también menciona que el trabajo de remasterización del original Metroid Prime sería el más notorio de los tres:

“The other scoop here is that those games are also coming. They’re also pretty much done it sounds like, but Nintendo being Nintendo is going to hold on to them and will likely drop them later along the road. However Nintendo decides and what order to release their games, they are going to do that. But they are going to do it separately it sounds like. And Metroid Prime 1, my understanding is that’s getting the big remaster treatment, and then Metroid Prime 2 and Metroid Prime 3 are sort of getting – they’ll probably get like updated controls and things like that – but they’re not getting quite the same overhaul that Metroid Prime 1 is getting.

De momento Nintendo no ha confirmado nada de esto, por lo que solo nos queda esperar para saber si de una vez por todas se confirma la llegada de los títulos de Metroid Prime al Nintendo Switch.