Metroid Prime 4 hires DreamWorks talent

The individual has worked on How to Train Your Dragon and God of War (PS4)

Very exciting news for Metroid Prime fans has been uncovered by fan site Shinesparkers.

Digging into some LinkedIn profiles, the site discovered DreamWorks Light and Compositing Artist employee Chad Orr - who has also worked at Disney and Sony Santa Monica - has joined the development team Retro to work on Metroid Prime 4. Orr was the recipient of awards for his contributions to God of War and How to Train Your Dragon 3.

Metorid Prime 4 is the long awaited follow up to the outstanding Metroid Prime trilogy that released on the Nintendo Wii from 2002 to 2007. In a surprising step by Nintendo, it was announced that development of the title was restarting in 2019 under new studio Retro, as the previous studio failed to meet Nintendo's expectations.

Hopefully we get some more official news on Metroid Prime 4 this year!