Metroid Prime Trilogy remaster for Nintendo Switch has effectively completed turn of events and is anticipating discharge, it’s been guaranteed.
That is as indicated by regarded VentureBeat writer Jeff Grubb, who asserted in a Giant Bomb show this end of the week (pay divider) that Nintendo was holding off the delivery and declaration mostly due to confined QA assets during the pandemic, and perhaps to adjust it all the more intimately with the arrival of Metroid Prime 4.
This matches with claims made by another key industry columnist as far back as 2019, just as what VGC has been told freely.
“The game is done and Nintendo is holding it,” Grubb said on his Giant Bomb show. “I think Metroid Prime set of three is done and whether Nintendo discharges it now or later relies upon different elements.