Over the course of 2020, Retro Studios has been on a mass hiring spree for its highly anticipated release, Metroid Prime 4. While this important process seems to have slowed down in recent months, apparently the studio isn’t done just yet.
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The same source also notes how job listings for lighting and environment artists have now disappeared from Retro’s website – which may suggest they’ve filled all of these spots. It seems there are only a handful of jobs left on the website, so perhaps this project is finally making some ground.
Chad Orr will join a whole host of talent at the studio, including individuals who have previously worked on blockbuster titles such as Halo, Call of Duty, Borderlands, Battlefield and even Grand Theft Auto.
Metroid Prime 4’s development was originally restarted under Retro Studios in January 2019. When do you think we’ll actually see this game arrive? Share your thoughts down below.