Metroid Game Coming Out On Nintendo Switch In 2017 [Speculation]

The Metroid Series may come out on the Nintendo Switch. This was the hint given by Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aime.

Fils-Aime Says

Nintendo (America) CEO was asked during a recent interview with GameSpot about series like Metroid. He immediately said that Metroid or Mother 3 is not currently part of the current Switch lineup. Fils-Aime though is aware of the fans' hope for the inclusion of a Mother 3 or Metroid game title.

This is probably why he dropped some hints about their possible inclusion in the months to come. Unfortunately, he did not mention any specifics. Still, it gives Metroid fans some hope. The franchise has always been included in previous Nintendo gaming platforms except the Wii U. The Japanese company also declared that no new Metroid title is coming out in their console before the Switch's release. Industry observers see this as a subtle message that Metroid game is under development for the Switch.

Nintendo Switch Games So Far

Nintendo recently presented a number of confirmed Switch games. The titles included Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, 1-2 Switch, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS and Splatoon 2. The product reveal also showed a preview for the Super Mario Odyssey and Fire Emblem Warriors.

Interestingly, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is the only third-party developed game presented so far. During the initial Switch presentation, fans were intrigued to see the inclusion of a Skyrim game. Unfortunately, Nintendo and Bethesda have yet to say word the about it. There are also reports that the Dark Souls and Assassin's Creed series are coming to the Switch. Unfortunately, there is no confirmation from the developers and Nintendo

The Switch titles are considerably few but fans are hoping more games will be included in the coming days. The Nintendo Switch is coming out March for around $300 and it's also available for pre-orders, according to their site.

© 2022 iTech Post All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

More from iTechPost