Hideki Kamiya hinted on Twitter that Bayonetta 3, similar to Bayonetta 2, might be a Nintendo Switch exclusive. While this is hardly information, his tweets remind followers of the fact behind video game publishing. He identified that the choices behind what console a game comes out on is not within the developer’s palms. Nintendo, because the writer, is the one who decides how to truly promote the game.

In his tweets, he mentioned that, similar to Bayonetta 2, Bayonetta 3 is developed with cash from Nintendo. As such, the writer (Nintendo) is the one who can truly make selections concerning gross sales. These selections vary from commercials and model offers to which consoles the game will seem on. In this example, Platinum Games is solely making the game. Thus, individuals ought to ask Nintendo to launch Bayonetta 3 on different consoles, fairly than asking Kamiya or Platinum Games. If Nintendo asks Platinum Games to develop Bayonetta 3 for different consoles, in addition to offers the funds, then the corporate will accomplish that. This logic applies to some other game as effectively.

Nintendo first introduced Bayonetta 3 in 2017. Despite rumors that Platinum Games and Kamiya cancelled the game (rumors that Kamiya mentioned have been unfaithful), a trailer throughout the September 2021 Nintendo Direct lastly confirmed a 2022 launch window. The trailer, which is virtually 4 minutes lengthy, reveals how the game and titular witch will appear like on the Nintendo Switch.

Bayonetta 3 is in growth and will seem on the Nintendo Switch in 2022.