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Hideki Kamiya Says Bayonetta 3 ‘Hasn’t Been Canceled’

During a brand new interview with Video Games Chronicle, Bayonetta 3 Director and Writer Hideki Kamiya took a second to verify the apparent. No, the Nintendo Switch sport isn’t canceled. It remains to be in growth.

The query got here up in the course of the interview when VGC’s Andy Robinson requested Kamiya if he was “bored” about being requested a couple of potential cancellation. Kamiya then supplied the next response.

I’m comfortable that there’s nonetheless anticipation for the title, however one factor I wish to handle is the pattern I’m seeing which is people who find themselves beginning to ask if the sport has been cancelled. I would like you guys to take any considerations you will have like that and throw them out the window instantly as a result of we’re nonetheless laborious at work on it and it hasn’t been cancelled by any means.

So far, all that has been seen of Bayonetta 3 is a 53-second lengthy trailer. Then-Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime introduced it at The Game Awards 2017. It hasn’t made a public look since, although PlatinumGames has continued speaking about it. It went by way of a “change in design process” again in May 2019. In February 2020, each Kamiya and Platinum founder Atsushi Inaba advised Famitsu growth was “progressing smoothly.”

In case you had forgotten the way it regarded, right here is the lone Bayonetta 3 trailer.

Bayonetta 3 is in growth for the Nintendo Switch.

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