Metroid Dread Announced on Nintendo Direct
Now that Nintendo Direct announced Metroid Dread. At last, fans of the franchise collectively breathed a sign of relief that it was finally happening. Metroid Dread is the sequel to Metroid Fusion, released in 2002.
Spoilers and Leaks Around the Game Begin Spreading Before The Release
However, players excitement is getting the beat of them as content from the game has been spotted in several leaks. Due to reviewers having advanced copies and social media spreading information like wildfires, leaks threaten to spoil key content.
Regardless, the game looks very fun, detailed, with exciting graphics and many will play it either way. But, if you do not wish to be spoiled, check below for a spoiler-free look at the Nintendo game.
At one point, different sites began leaking game clips. Then, things escalated revealing the second boss of the game. In such a short time before its official release, fans who seek to play the game without spoilers must be extra vigilant. Stay off YouTube and popular fan sites to avoid chances at getting spoiled for any Metroid Dread gameplay. Especially, as there is a tremendous amount of strategy involved, players may want to discover the content more organically.
Metroid Dread is on the Way
If fans waited this long throughout the delays, then surly they could wait a couple more days for the exciting story’s conclusion. As a continuation of the previous games in the saga, this one will conclude the storyline’s 5 part saga.