Another E3, another Bayonetta 3 no-show. It’s getting rather depressing.
But don’t worry lovelies: Bayonetta 3 is still in development and things are progressing nicely.
That’s according to Nintendo’s Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff speaking in an interview with Gamespot.
“I can definitely confirm it still exists,” said Bihlfroff.
“I will even go one further and say that not only does it exist, but it’s progressing well,” added Trinen. “We like to show things when we’re ready to show them, and certainly, we like to show things when the developer is ready to show them.
“We didn’t have it here at E3, but stay tuned.”
As Tom recently noted, it has been 1,287 days since Bayonetta 3 was announced for Nintendo Switch. Other than the usual, ‘it’s still in development’ comments, nothing has been shown or discussed regarding the game since.
Platinum recently stated it hopes to share news on the title this year, and prior to that, the studio said to throw our concerns about the game “out the window” as the teams was still hard at work on it and it despiet radios silence, it hasn’t been cancelled.
Bayonetta 3 was first revealed back in 2017 in a teaser trailer played during that year’s Game Awards. However, not much information seemed to accompany the reveal, and the teaser trailer offered no release date and only confirmed exclusivity to the Nintendo Switch platform.
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