If there's one game that we really can't wait to see more of, it's Metroid Prime 4. Despite only being treated to a glimpse at the game's logo so far, we, and countless others, have been desperately waiting for more news for a while now. The game wasn't present at E3, but fans are beginning to gain hope that a new reveal is on its way at The Game Awards later this year, all thanks to a t-shirt.
Geoff Keighley, host and producer of The Game Awards, has shared a photograph on Twitter featuring none other than Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aimé. Simply saying "See you in December!" - the month in which the show will be taking place - the tweet has caught the attention of eager fans thanks to the particular choice of photograph. As you can see, Reggie is wearing a Metroid shirt.
You might think that this is just a coincidence, but that hasn't stopped a flood of replies being sent in featuring desperate pleas for Metroid news. The Game Awards does often feature premieres of new games, and this could well be a little tease of things to come. Anything's possible!
On an admittedly almost-irrelevant side note, some members of the Nintendo Life team originally believed the gentleman in the middle of the photograph to be Ubisoft's very own Yves Guillemot, prompting a new wave of speculation that Metroid Prime 4 could actually be a collaborative effort. As it turns out, the man in question is actually celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck, but the similarities are certainly there!
Do you think this photo could be a tease of things to come? Would you like a studio such as Ubisoft to help out with the game's development? Feel free to share all of your Metroid feelings below.