During a GiantBomb live broadcast, of which you can listen to an excerpt above, the well-known journalist and leaker Jeff Grubb revealed a new leak: Metroid Prime Remaster is coming by the end of 2022likely in November to coincide with Metroid Prime’s 20th anniversary.
Precisely, Grubb states: “I can say that I have been told that Metroid Prime remastered will certainly be one of Nintendo’s late 2022 games.” In the past, Grubb explains, he was told that the game was in development, but now he has received certain information about the release. According to the reporter, the only thing left for Nintendo to do is officially announce the release date.
In a second clip, found below, Grubb adds that the three Prime chapters will be published separately and that the first Metroid Prime will receive a preferential treatment compared to the following ones. The first game will have improved graphics, while the second and third will undergo an update of the controls, but will not have significantly improved graphics. As always, we remind you that we are talking about rumor, not official information. Grubb is a well-known leaker and his information tends to be correct, but obviously we will have to wait for an official confirmation or denial from Nintendo.
Finally, we remind you that Metroid Prime 4 is also in development.