Metroid Prime Trilogy Switch Listed by a Swedish Retailer; Believes it Will Be Announced at The Game Awards
Metroid Prime Trilogy Switch has been listed by a Swedish retailer who believes that the trilogy will be announced during The Game Awards later this week.
Truth be told, the retailer mentions that the listing is only based on a rumor for now so take this listing with a fair bit of salt. Interesting to note is that the retailer also believes that the title will be released early 2019. It’s unknown on which rumor this listing is based on, but back in May of this year, self-proclaimed insider Marcus Sellars also mentioned the release of the Metroid Prime trilogy for the Nintendo Switch. However, Sellars’ leak track record is questionable.
We know that many fans would be happy if this trilogy released on the Switch so let’s hope that Nintendo announces this gem later this week.
Metroid Prime Trilogy was released for the original Wii back in 2009 and includes Metroid Prime, Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. Prime and Echoes. Originally released for the Gamecube, the trilogy offers new features that were first implemented in Metroid Prime 3, including a new control scheme.
We’ve included the Metroid Prime Trilogy Wii trailer down below (courtesy of IGN):
Steeped in myth, rich in exploration and explosive in action, three classic Metroid adventures chronicling bounty hunter Samus Aran’s first-person adventures come together in a single package.
Metroid Prime Trilogy for Wii gives players the opportunity to experience the entire Metroid Prime story arc by bringing together critically acclaimed Nintendo GameCube titles Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, as well as the hit conclusion to the series, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, in spectacular style.
Now you can return to – or discover for the first time – the rich universe of the Prime trilogy every step of the way. Immerse yourself in Samus’ struggle against the Space Pirates as she encounters the all-consuming, corrupting substance called Phazon. Discover the history of the Chozo Ruins and the mysteries of Tallon IV; retrieve the Light of Aether and take on the might of the shape-shifting Ing; and search and destroy the Leviathan Seeds and bring the curtain down on your bitter struggle with Dark Samus.
As always, we’ll keep you updated on this matter.