Texas-based developer Retro Studios has tweeted a job listing for Metroid Prime 4. This minor update on the project follows on from April when the company posted multiple job listings on its official Nintendo careers webpage.
Months later, the developer appears to still be seeking an Art Director to lead the collaborative development of the game's artistic direction. As noted below, the individual will also be in charge of the "artistic vision" and will collaborate between the art team and Nintendo.
Metroid Prime 4 suffered a major setback at the start of 2019 when Nintendo's Senior Managing Executive Officer Shinya Takahashi revealed the development of the game had been entirely restarted. He explained how this new beginning would see the producer Kensuke Tanabe working alongside the series' original developer, Retro Studios.
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