Nintendo’s Bill Trinen has confirmed that the studio, who’s worked on the original Metroid Prime trilogy on both GameCube and Wii, isn’t attached to this new project. Trinen then continued to tell Eurogamer that long-time series producer Kensuke Tanabe is.
Instead of Retro, the game will be developed by a “talented new team,” Trinen added.
Details of Metroid Prime 4 are scarce, but we’ll report as we learn more.
Metroid Prime 4 has not been dated on Switch.