In an unusual move, Nintendo released a video in which Shinya Takahashi, senior managing executive officer, addressed fans and the industry on the development of Metroid Prime 4.

Announced at E3 in 2017, the title is one of the most-anticipated games set for release for Nintendo Switch. Development hit some snags, and Nintendo will reboot the entire project from scratch. As part of the shift in development, Nintendo will collaborate with Retro Studios, makers of the original Metroid Prime Trilogy.