Bayonetta 3 Development Still “Going Great” 3 Years Since Its Reveal

Bayonetta 3 Development Still "Going Great" 3 Years Since Its Reveal

It’s been 3 long years since the original announcement of Bayonetta 3, which was rather divisively confirmed to be a Nintendo Switch exclusive. Since then we’ve received some scarce and sporadic development updates, though it’s been revealed that progress on the game is still “going great” despite the ongoing pandemic.

These good tidings come thanks to the ‘110 Creator Ambitions’ Famitsu special, wherein PlatinumGames’ Hideki Kamiya touched upon the development progress of Bayonetta 3. Following the reveal that his keywords for 2021 are “Do my best,” Kamiya assured readers that development on Bayonetta is progressing smoothly. “First off, many people are worried about Bayonetta 3 considering there hasn’t been any new information since its announcement,” Kamiya begins, “but verifications of new systems have been going great and development is going very well, so please wait with peace of mind.”

In regards to the comment about “new systems,” that likely refers to new mechanics and features within the game itself rather than new consoles, as for now the title is locked in as a Nintendo Switch exclusive. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the title won’t make its way to other consoles or PC at some point, though for now Bayonetta is making her home on the Nintendo Switch. Hideki Kamiya also brought up that work on the mysterious Project G.G. is also moving forward, though not much is known about the robot vs kaiju title other than that it is “the powerful climax to the Hideki Kamiya superhero trilogy.”

Bayonetta 3 is now in development exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

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Ryan is the Lead Editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.

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