THIS IS NOT A DRILL: Metroid Prime 4 is happening. We know nothing about the game‚ÄĒNintendo showed nothing but a logo during the company‚Äôs E3 presentation today‚ÄĒbut it‚Äôs coming to Switch, even if we might not see it for a very long time.

This is the fourth game in the beloved, critically acclaimed series, which started with Metroid Prime in 2002. That game and its sequels, Metroid Prime 2 (2004) and Metroid Prime 3 (2007), were all developed by Retro Studios and are widely considered to be some of the best games ever made.

Nintendo has not said who is developing Metroid Prime 4.

[Update 2:52 PM: The game‚Äôs fact sheet says that it development is being led by Metroid Prime series producer Kensuke Tanabe with a ‚Äútalented new development team.‚ÄĚ That sounds like it‚Äôs not Retro Studios.]

What‚Äôs noteworthy about this news isn‚Äôt just that we‚Äôre finally getting the game that Nintendo fans have craved most. It‚Äôs that Nintendo is listening. With Switch, the company has not only made a killer piece of hardware, it has proven that it‚Äôs willing to finally‚ÄĒfinally!‚ÄĒgive fans the one game they‚Äôve been asking for. Even if it takes until 2020.