Metroid producer Yoshio Sakamoto has stated that Metroid Dread will not be the final act of Samus’ journey, despite the conclusion of his Metroid story arc.
Terror metroid Producer Yoshio Sakamoto recently said the game isn’t the end of Samus’ journey, despite the latter Metroid installment that serves as the conclusion of his story arc. This claim comes a month after the acclaimed release of Terror metroid, which was met with positive reviews for its gameplay and narrative.
Terror metroid marks the end of Metroid arc that began with the first game in the series in 1986. Metroid Dread’s ending shocked players with his revelations, and raised many questions about how the series will be treated in the future, if another game is set later Terror metroid. With a full ending to a decade-long narrative, the sky seems to be the limit for what could happen to Samus and Metroid as a whole at this point; and speculation continues as to where the future is Metroid the installments will go.
In an interview with CNET (through Nintendo Life), producer Sakamoto was asked if he had seen Terror metroid like the closing of the whole series. Sakamoto claimed that – although Terror metroid concludes the arc that has gone through five games in 35 years – he feels it’s not the “ultimate goal,“and insisted”As long as the character Samus exists, I think his adventure will continue. “He further elaborated:
“I feel like Samus should continue her adventure, and it’s something we should really put our best effort into. Metroid Dread concludes the five-story arc that has been running for 35 years. However, I feel it is not the ultimate goal. There should be something that is able to continue the franchise and the universe. So yes, as long as your character Samus is loved, I would like to do what I have to do. “
The only other known Metroid the game currently in development is Metroid Prime 4, and everything (besides the game logo) has yet to be revealed. Some of these unknown aspects include its history and its place in the Metroid timeline. Metroid Prime 4 it could theoretically happen later Metroid Prime 3 and before Metroid II: The Return of Samus. However, Samus ‘intergalactic threats are still up for debate: whether he will face the phazon again or a new villain similar to Samus’ one. Terror metroid. Consequently, it is also possible that Metroid the series could take a whole new direction in future installments.
Regardless of where Samus will go, it is clear from these claims that Metroid will continue to see life for a while. This is especially true afterwards Terror metroid turned out to be the best-selling Metroid serial game in some parts of the world. After years of absence, Terror metroid managed to bring attention back to the long series. Metroid Prime 4 the direction of the story has yet to be revealed, but – at the very least – the series doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon.
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Terror metroid is now available on Nintendo Switch.
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