Nintendo used the opportunity during the most recent direct to release the remastered version of Metroid Prime. Metroid Prime Remastered may be Nintendo's way of not-so-subtly reintroducing the world to the IP in preparation for Metroid Prime 4, but supporters aren't complaining.
To get Samus' Metroid Fusion suit in Metroid Prime Remastered, players could hook up a Game Boy Advance with a copy of Metroid Fusion to their GameCube. However, such a mechanism is difficult (or impossible) to replicate today with the same technology.
Is the Fusion Suit still in Metroid Prime Remastered?
The odds aren't looking good at the moment. Players may not have discovered a method of unlocking the suit in this remaster. That's not to say it's not available or, if it isn't, that it will never be available. It may be impossible to today utilize the same technology to unlock the suit.
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Nintendo may make it so that scanning a Metroid Dread Samus amiibo unlocks the suit. Or, for all the Metroid Prime Remastered followers, playing Metroid Fusion on Nintendo Switch Online (when the game is added) for a certain amount of time automatically unlocks it in Metroid Prime Remastered. Or, they might just make it available for purchase using credits, like in the Wii version.
The jury is certainly still out on whether or not this iconic outfit will be released in Metroid Prime Remastered. However, it may be included in a future update.
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