Let’s see this gameplay video of Metroid Dread, title for Nintendo Switch just announced during the Nintendo Direct of E3 2021. More than twenty minutes of gameplay are shown, which give a very precise idea of the work done by the developers, the guys from Mercury Steam.
In fact, Nintendo has been really concrete with its announcements, since after the classic trailers it has already shown some titles at Nintendo Threehouse in playable form. In our opinion this is a truly commendable way of doing things.
Before we leave, let’s read the official description of Metroid Dread provided by Nintendo itself: The first 2D Metroid with a new 19-year story is coming to Nintendo Switch this year. Metroid Dread is a direct sequel to Metroid Fusion, released in 2002, and concludes the five-part saga dedicated to the mysterious interconnected fate of bounty hunter Samus and Metroid, which began with the first Metroid for the NES. In this game, Samus lands alone on a mysterious alien planet and is hunted down by a dangerous new mechanical threat, the EMMI robots. As they unlock new abilities, players will be able to return to areas they have already visited and discover new hidden locations and power-ups. , in classic Metroid style. Metroid Dread will arrive on Nintendo Switch on October 8th. The game is already available for pre-order on Nintendo eShop.