Nintendo y PlatinumGames have briefly outlined the future of Bayonetta after the prequel de Cereza and the Lost Demon en Switch. La franchise from witch after Bayonetta 2 and Bayonetta 3 it could continue to grow.
Only a few months after its third part was launched on the console -five years after its announcement- the saga has not only continued to be active, but a new title has been published.
With the game that we titled “…or how to fall bewitched with a PlatinumGames-style metroidvania” it was clear that the new bet of the Japanese studio was going to fall well in favor.
Analysis of Bayonetta Origins Cereza and the Lost Demon: it has us bewitched!
After Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon we could see all sorts of new things in the future, especially if at creator and screenwriter of the Hideki Kamiya saga they give way to it.
Kamiya next to Product by Nintendo Makoto Okazaki They have been chatting as an interview with the Japanese magazine Famitsu, as it has been in Japanese, the translation is provided by Nintendo Everything.
In the talk you can see what they answered the interviewer when he asked about the future of the bayonetta saga.
This time Jeanne has little to say
“If I say it outright, we want this new game to be part of a new saga and continue to expand the world. There’s a lot of preparation for that and we’re talking to the director along the lines of ‘We want to do this kind of thing, right'” Kamiya said.
“Though we haven’t had any of those conversations with Nintendo yet…” so Kamiya seems to be sending hints to the switch company; The first thing Okazaki has done is laugh.
“There’s certainly nothing concrete we can say right now, but at least personally I don’t think this is the end,” the producer said.
“For now I think it would be better to listen to the opinions of everyone who has played this game and consider where we should go with the next one.”
Although the truth is that they both have it relatively simple, The entire Bayonetta saga is available on Nintendo Switch and they have a series of fans very attached to their story.
“Bayonetta Origins stands out as a more than interesting metroidvania that, without reinventing the wheel of the genre, does everything it puts on the table well.
With a technical invoice that, although it does not always give the chest, sometimes it will make you doubt if you are playing on Switch. As soon as you like this subgenre, you will enjoy it from start to finish “, we said in his analysis.
For now Nintendo and PlatinumGames have discussed the future of the Bayonetta saga after launching the prequel Cherry and the Lost Demonbut the future is still up in the air.
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