Remember Metroid Prime 4? It’s still happening, as former DICE exec is hired

It really is one particular of the most extended-awaited sequels in Nintendo’s gaming history, but you will find at last some positive movement happening with the troubled improvement of Metroid Key four.

Jhony Ljungstedt, the former artwork director at studio DICE is joining the crew at Metroid Key four developers Retro Studios, and delivers with him a strong pedigree in initially person shooter structure.

Though Ljungstedt’s correct position is nonetheless to be verified, his prior get the job done on Battlefield five, Medal of Honor (the 2010 reboot), and Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst would make him a audio option to lead the artwork on a sci-fi initially person shooter like Metroid.

Other hires

Ljungstedt isn’t the only significant use for the studio, with Kyle Helfey of Halo character structure fame jumping on board, as effectively as the return of Stephen Dupree, who earlier acted as lead designer on Retro Studio’s Donkey

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