Nintendo has shared another new trailer for Metroid Dread on Twitter this morning. The trailer, which revolves around a cutscene showing Samus battling a mighty foe, also offers a look at new gameplay footage and the bounty hunter’s mobility. A classic enemy, the villain Kraid, also makes an appearance in the trailer.
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According to the blog post, the trailer shows Samus landing on planet ZDR and confronting Chozo, a member of a “smart and technologically advanced species. Though society is generally pacifist inclinations.” , this Chozo attacks Samus, causing her to fight for her life in the cutscene.
While that villain is new, Samus’ old rival Kraid also makes an appearance. The giant lizard was chained. Samus stared at him before running up to his stomach to attack.
New in-game footage also appears in the trailer and shows Samus racing through levels and killing enemies. Movement seems to be a strong focus in Awe, with some Samus abilities causing her to crash through breakable walls or dash through enemies. One accompanying blog post says her Light Transformation ability allows her to move a short distance forward or backward instantly up to three times in a row, while her Pulse Radar reveals the locations of the Blocks can break nearby. When fighting enemies, Samus can rely on a variety of bombs and missiles, including Ice Missiles, Storm Missiles, and Cross Bombs.
According to Nintendo, there’s a lot of new content in the trailer, so the company recommends you watch it a few times to get the hang of it. It also highlights Samus’ new mobility, stating that “mobility is much improved compared to previous Metroid games” and revealing that several moves can be combined to reach areas. new area.
Metroid Dread released October 8 for the Nintendo Switch.