Metroid Prime Trilogy listed for June 19th

Metroid Prime Trilogy listed for June 19th

Back in 2018, Swedish retailer Inet put up a listing for Metroid Prime Trilogy for Nintendo Switch.The listing stayed up all the time but some changes happened.

First, Inet changed the game’s release date to June 19, 2020, and second, they have removed mention about The Game Awards from its description. It’s unclear what is really going on at this time.

So we will have to wait for Nintendo’s official announcement to find out. But I still can not wait for this trilogy to finally be announced and released on Nintendo Switch.

About Metroid Prime Trilogy

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 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.

Scanning your surroundings will enable you to piece together the mysteries of ravaged worlds, while using the full range of capabilities offered by Samus’ armoured suit will help you to find new areas hidden from view and solve difficult puzzles as you upgrade and expand your arsenal along the way.

On top of the three solo adventures, Metroid Prime Trilogy also features the split-screen multiplayer mode featured in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, in which up to four players can battle it out with Samus’ weapons to reveal who is the baddest bounty hunter of them all

  • Return to – or discover for the first time – the rich universe of the Prime trilogy as you immerse yourself in Samus’ intergalactic struggles.
  • Game enhancements expand the experience for long-time Metroid fans and newcomers to the series alike.