The Bayonetta Trilogy began way back in 2009 when it was released for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. It received a lot of appraisal for its stunning graphics and engrossing action set pieces. Many gamers even considered it a far cooler alternative to Devil May Cry – one of the most recognized names in the hack and slash genre.
Bayonetta 2 only built on its predecessor to bring an even more action-packed rollercoaster ride with rave reviews all around. As such, we can’t wait till
Back in 2017, Bayonetta 3 was teased with a release date in 2019. However, with only a couple more weeks until the year comes to pass, we are yet to hear of any official release date let alone any gameplay footage or debut trailer.
On the contrary, Nintendo has quietly set its release schedule to TBA (To Be Announced). Also, its absence from E3 2019, has worried most series’ fans concerning the state of development.
However, PlatinumGames have come out and openly stated that there is no problem, the game won’t be getting canceled, and that the game development is actually “going quite well.”Maybe the absence of the title from the E3 line up is because Atushi Inaba, founder of PlatinumGames, believes giving updates at E3 “isn’t the wisest PR strategy.”
Maybe the absence of the title from the E3 line up is because Atushi Inaba, founder of PlatinumGames, believes giving updates at E3 “isn’t the wisest PR strategy.”
The only thing we do know for sure, according to official sources, is that the game is yet to receive an exact release date, and it will be available as an exclusive title for Nintendo Switch.
As of 12-12-19, nobody in the universe, not even God has official news about the gameplay we are going to get with Bayonetta 3. There is no hint at the gameplay, action mechanics, storyline, nothing.
However, the secrecy and low-profile attitude do hint that Platinum Games has a plan to surprise fans with some awesome news.
The developers have also stated that they plan to make the “greatest action game ever made” with Bayonetta 3, which is a huge promise. With games like Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts 3 disappointing the masses with similar promises, who’s to say where this goes?
Now, since the first footage announcing Bayonetta 3 was showcased during Game Awards 2017, there is hope that we just might get to see the debut trailer in this year’s Game Awards, which is scheduled for Dec 13, 2019.