As many fans know, Nintendo has a handful of highly anticipated titles in development including The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2, Metroid Prime 4, and Bayonetta 3.
Previously, we reported that Retro Studios had commenced a hiring spree to bolster its numbers – in light of working on Metroid Prime 4 for Switch. While we still don’t know how much the game’s development has come so far, it looks like the studio is still grasping for more talent to give the project a boost!
It looks like Metroid Prime 4 developer Retro Studios has bolstered its development team once again!
Jhony Ljungstedt, Battlefield V art director, has announced his departure from DICE and EA.
Nintendo has published the launch lineup for first party Nintendo Switch titles coming in 2019 and beyond.
Still worried sick about the development of Metroid Prime 4? Well, it looks like the project will be in experienced hands!
Retro Studios, the company behind the Donkey Kong Country and Metroid Prime series, has put out a hiring call on their official Twitter account.