After the news that Metroid Prime 4 has restarted development, it is now rumored that the first three games are receiving the remaster treatment on the Nintendo Switch. The rumor has been floating around for some time with many speculating its potential release. Imran Khan, Senior Editor of Game Informer, recently tweeted out that he believed the game was supposed to be announced during the 2018 Game Awards ceremony. On top of this, a Swedish retailer listed the trilogy for Nintendo Switch with a February 2019 release date. Some clarification: I think Trilogy was just meant to be announced in December, not necessarily at The Game Awards (I haven't heard specifically it was supposed to be there and I doubt it). — Imran Khan (@imranzomg) January 26, 2019 Metroid Prime 4 was just hit with a big delay, so it would make sense that the trilogy is on the way. A remastered version of these titles could help tide fans over until 4 releases at some point in the future. Nintendo’s full lineup of the year is still yet to be completely unveiled. Their 2019 has some heavy hitters lined up with games such as Animal Crossing, Daemon X Machina, Luigi’s Mansion 3, and Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It will be interesting to see what else may be in the pipeline. Even without the big titles previously mentioned, the Nintendo Switch has a plethora of smaller releases planned. A recent Indie Highlights showcase displayed a slew of quality indie games such as Wargroove, Unruly Heroes, and Inmost. Gamers can definitely look forward to these games scattered throughout the year.