Retro Studios helped usher Metroid into the third dimension with the Metroid Prime series, but they aren’t working on Metroid Prime 4.

Nintendo wouldn’t say who exactly is working on this new first-person adventure, but senior product marketing manager of Nintendo of America Bill Trinen said that Nintendo designer and producer Kensuke Tanabe is helping lead the project alongside a “A talent new development team.” Tanabe previously worked as a producers on the first three Prime games as well as newer releases like Paper Mario: Color Splash and Donkey Kong Country Returns, so hopefully Metroid Prime 4 is in good hands.