Nintendo has revealed that Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscribers can jump into Metroid Fusion when the game is added to the NSO library on March 8.
After surprise releasing Metroid Prime Remastered last month, Metroid fans have another game from the series’ history to play through, this time in the Game Boy Advance game first released in 2002. Once Fusion is live with NSO, players can finally experience Samus Aran’s full 2D series journey on the Nintendo Switch, starting with the original Metroid game all the way through Metroid Fusion and 2021’s Metroid Dread.
Check out the Metroid Fusion Nintendo Switch Online trailer announcing the news below:
“In Metroid Fusion, interstellar bounty hunter Samus Aran is attacked by an X parasite while exploring the mysterious planet SR388,” Nintendo’s description of the game reads. “This organism is not only deadly, but it can mimic the abilities of any creature it infects – including Samus herself! Saved from the brink thanks to an infusion of Metroid DNA, the X parasite’s only natural predator, she soon discovers that the parasite has spread to the research station orbiting SR388. Weakened and out of options, Samus must do whatever it takes to destroy the X threat before it’s too late.”
Nintendo says Metroid Fusion contains “a multitude of secrets” for players to experience that links Super Metroid to Metroid Dread.
Speaking of Metroid Dread, read Game Informer’s review of it to find out why it was one of our favorite games of 2021, and then read Game Informer’s Metroid Prime Remastered review. Check out our list of every NES, SNES, Game Boy, N64, Sega Genesis, and GBA game on Nintendo Switch Online after that.
Metroid Fusion hits Nintendo Switch Online next week on March 8.
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