HomeEntertainmentNintendo releases the third instalment of Bayonetta- Read to find out more about the details of thegame

Nintendo releases the third instalment of Bayonetta- Read to find out more about the details of thegame

We have big news and a special teaser video for all our gamers out there. The highly-anticipated Bayonetta 3 is on its way to Nintendo Switch!

For the ones who can’t make head or tail about gaming, do not fret. This article will provide you all the information you need to know about Bayonetta 3.

The witch queen Bayonetta is coming back once again after a six-year hiatus with Bayonetta 3

Firstly it is an action hacks and slash video game developed by PlatinumGames and published  for the Nintendo Switch by Nintendo. It is the sequel to the 2014’s Bayonetta 2 and the third game in the Bayonetta series. Bayonetta was also famously featured in both Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U as well as the Switch release Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Second, Hideki Kamiya is a PlatinumGames designer behind this. He explicitly said that since 2015 he become in favour of a 3rd game collection and commenced to tease its arrival on Nintendo Switch for the primary 12 months of the system’s life. Kamiya also reached out to assure all the Bayonetta fans that the highly-anticipated third instalment of this franchise “hasn’t been cancelled by any means”.

The game was formally introduced through the means of Nintendo America’s now ex-president and COO, Reggie Fils-Aimé. The Game Awards 2017 launched it along with a teaser. This coincided along ports of Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2. The teaser featured an action sequence between Bayonetta and an unknown villain, and highlighted the shade of purple in the course of the video.

Not much of the game was revealed besides the highlight mentioned above.

Yoshiaki Koizumi who works for Nintendo confirmed that the development of the game was going smooth. However they won’t be able to show anything else. He is known for his work within the Mario and The Legend of Zelda series. This confirmation was during a Nintendo Direct broadcasted on February 13, 2019.