It has been a long time that we have heard about the Metroid Prime Trilogy, which brings together the Metroid Prime games in one package. There is no official announcement made so far anyway, but today it looks the trilogy will be released on Nintendo Switch as early as June.
According to a listing by a Swedish store, it has been leaked that Metroid Prime Trilogy for Nintendo Switch will release on June 19. The trilogy, which was originally launched for the GameCube, then for the Wii and, finally, in digital format for the Wii U, is not officially confirmed for the Nintendo Switch yet, but today’s listing might have revealed its come back on the hybrid console of the Big N.
It is worth mentioning that the page is no longer available, but there were Eagle-Eyed users on the web who grabbed the evidence with a screenshot. The release of Metroid Prime Trilogy for the Nintendo Switch has been a long-standing rumor. In addition, it is interesting to know that this Swedish store had already listed the same version in December 2018.
Shortly thereafter, there was one Game Informer writer who said that the Metroid Prime Trilogy for the Nintendo Switch was long overdue and should have been announced on a Nintendo Direct in December 2018. We would also like to mention that there is still no information yet on when the long-announced Metroid Prime 4, which will arrive on the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo has not yet announced an official release date of the Trilogy, but should this change, we will let you know. In the meantime, we would encourage you to take this rumor with a grain of salt, waiting for official information from the publishers directly.