Although its been a few years since Bayonetta 3 was announced, there haven’t been that many updates or major reveals about the game since then. This relative lack of news has led many fans to worry that the game could be experiencing development trouble, or could even be cancelled outright.
The latest issue of the Weekly Famitsu, translated by Siliconera, has shared a couple of words from PlatinumGames’ Hideki Kamiya and Atsuhi Inaba about Bayonetta and the upcoming Bayonetta 3.
Earlier this month, PlatinumGames had revealed and successfully Kickstarted a crowdfunding campaign to self-publish The Wonderful 101: Remastered on Switch, PC, and PS4. Since then, some fans have been hoping to see the Bayonetta series go multi-platform too – and it looks like PlatinumGames isn’t opposed to the idea at all!
Nintendo has published the launch lineup for first party Nintendo Switch titles coming in 2019 and beyond.
Bayonetta 3, one of the most highly anticipated Nintendo Switch games, wasn’t shown at this year’s E3.
It looks like the developers at Platinum Games really have their hands full this year.
Recently, Video Game Chronicle sat down to interview Atsushi Inaba, the leader of Bayonetta and The Wonderful 101 developer PlatinumGames.
UPDATE: Some people claim Trinen was referring to Astral Chain. We’re listening to the podcast to double confirm and will issue an update later.