Prepare to relive the epic sci-fi adventure because Metroid Prime 2 Remastered is coming to the Switch relatively soon.
For Nintendo aficionados, exciting news! The debut of Metroid Prime 2 on the Switch is hinted at by industry insider Grubb, who says it will happen “relatively soonish.” There is also a mention of a future Zelda-related project, so that’s not all. As Nintendo keeps the interest in new gaming experiences growing, be ready for an exciting trip!
Keep reading for the details below.
Metroid Prime 2 Remastered for Switch is Coming Soon, says insider
According to journalist Jeff Grubb’s comments on the ‘Last of the Nintendogs’ podcast with Gamesbeat’s Mike Minotti, he suggested that Metroid Prime 2 Remastered for the Nintendo Switch is coming relatively soon.
Grubb mentioned this around the 12-minute mark of the podcast, expressing that the release of the remastered version is happening. He also indicated that there might be something Zelda-related happening later in the year.
Grubb hesitated to provide further details, possibly due to previous claims he made. He mentioned that he was told about something unrelated to Tears of the Kingdom in the Zelda franchise, but he didn’t elaborate on the specifics.
It’s important to note that these comments are based on Grubb’s information and should be treated as rumors until official announcements are made by Nintendo.
When asked if the Metroid Prime 2 Remastered news is related to the rumored Wind Waker and Twilight Princess ports, Grubb avoided giving a direct answer during the podcast.
Rumors Persist: Zelda and Metroid Ports for Nintendo Switch
Rumors have circulated for years regarding Nintendo’s plans to release The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess for the Nintendo Switch.
Anticipated as part of Zelda’s 35th anniversary in 2021, these fan-favorite ports were not announced. Despite this, sources like VGC’s Andy Robinson have maintained confidence in their eventual arrival.
Last year, Grubb predicted a ‘Zelda Blowout’ Nintendo Direct, which also did not materialize, leading to community backlash. Now, Grubb is treading cautiously in his wording. The possibility of Metroid Prime 2: Echoes coming to the Switch “soon” remains uncertain.
Considering Nintendo’s surprise release of the original Metroid Prime remaster last year, a remaster of its sequel (and potentially Metroid Prime 3) is not out of the question. Updates will be provided as new information emerges.
Well, rumors persist regarding the release of Zelda and Metroid ports for the Nintendo Switch. While journalist Jeff Grubb mentioned the possibility of Metroid Prime 2 Remastered coming “relatively soon,” he hesitated to provide further details. The anticipation for Zelda ports, including The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess, continues, but no official announcements have been made.
Fans await official confirmation from Nintendo to determine the validity of these rumors.
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