Bayonetta 3 Studio Reveals 2019 Development Update
Fans were undeniably thrilled with the announcement that PlatinumGames finally had Bayonetta 3 in the works, the reveal happening all the way back during The Game Awards 2017. Updates have been relatively sparse since the big announcement, but tidbits have nonetheless arrived in the form of endless release date speculation and highlights from series creator Hideki Kamiya.
After over a year’s silence on the matter, Kamiya has now offered fans a small update on Bayonetta 3 development, assuring the game is still going swimmingly as 2019 comes to a close. When prompted about the long-awaited threequel on social media (via NintendoEverything), the PlatnimGames designer simply answered, “Development’s going really well. There you go.”
— 神谷英樹 Hideki Kamiya (@PG_kamiya) December 20, 2019
While this isn’t exactly a lengthy update, the news will surely put fans at ease about the quiet development of Bayonetta 3. Kamiya last gave fans a status regarding the game in September 2018 (via DualShockers), where he similarly assured fans that PlatinumGames was working toward an exciting third entry. “It’s nice to be able to tell you that everything is going very, very well. We’re all very excited about what we’re doing on that game,” he revealed.
Little is still known about Bayonetta 3 at this point, but more is hopefully set to be revealed as we proceed into 2020. In the meantime, the first Bayonetta was recently confirmed for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as part of a remastered bundle with Platinum’s 2010 action-shooter Vanquish. The series also recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, offering up stylish new merchandise based on the series titular witch.
Bayonetta 3 is confirmed for release on Nintendo Switch.
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