MercurySteam, the game development company behind Metroid Dread, confirmed to GameSpot that not everyone who worked on the game show up in the credits.
The employees who did not receive credit have written their congratulations to the Metroid Dread team on LinkedIn.
According to Vandal, there are at least three former MercurySteam employees who did not receive credit for their work.
Metroid Dread is available on the Nintendo Switch.
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