Thanks to the good relationship between Nintendo, SEGA and PlatinumGames, the Bayonetta franchise continues to grow and a few weeks ago it was further expanded through a sub-series, Bayonetta Origins, which chronicles Bayonetta’s first steps on her path as a Witch of Umbra. Will this adventure continue? PlatinumGames and Nintendo creatives spoke about it.
Bayonetta is a series characterized by its humor with a touch of cockiness that comes from the Witch of Umbra, Cereza. However, it wasn’t always like that, and Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon is precisely the title with which PlatinumGames has shown how she was Cereza before being the demon tamer in the main trilogy.
Bayonetta’s life offers a lot of fabric to cut from and her story could well be expanded with prequels that are part of Bayonetta Origins, and it is something that PlatinumGames and Nintendo believe in.
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Will the Bayonetta Origins sub-series continue?
Hideki Kamiya, one of the main creators of Bayonetta and lead narrative for Bayonetta Origins revealed that he intends Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon to be the first game in the Bayonetta Origins sub-series; in fact, he has voiced this plan at PlatinumGames. However, there is nothing specific, since they have not even spoken with Nintendo, although they expressed that their wish is for it to continue.
“If I just go out there, I say it openly, we want to make this title part of a new series and continue to expand the world,” writer Hideki Kamiya confessed in an interview with Nintendo Everything. “There’s a lot of preparation going on about it, and we already have conversations like ‘we want to do this thing, right?’ with director (Abebe) Tinari. Although we haven’t had these conversations with Nintendo yet… (laughs).”
In case you missed it: Hideki Kamiya recommended playing Bayonetta Origins with an open and fresh mind.
However, with how well the franchise has done under the umbrella of Nintendo, it would not be unreasonable for Japanese companies to continue the series. In fact, the Nintendo producer involved in the project, Makoto Okazaki, does not believe that with this title “is the end” of Bayonetta Origins.
“So there’s certainly nothing concrete to say for now, but at least personally, I don’t think it’s the end. For now, I think the best thing to do would be to listen to the opinions of everyone who plays this title and consider where we should go next.” go,” Okazaki said.
Have you already played Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon? Would you like it to become a subseries? Tell us in the comments.
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