The Nintendo Switch video game continues to progress. Silence and a lack of news don't mean things are going wrong in the game.
PlatinumGames has confirmed that the development of Bayonetta 3 for Nintendo Switch is going ahead. Hideki Kamiya, director of the work, has wanted to dispel any kind of rumor or speculation about a possible cancellation of the video game. The creative, who acknowledges consulting the social network Twitter regularly, has become aware of these suspicions in a recent interview with VGC.
“We are still working hard on it; has not been canceled ”
"I'm on Twitter, so I see the comments every day," he begins by asking when he and his partner, Atsushi Inaba, are asked in this meeting initially focused on The Wonderful 101: Remastered. “I am glad that there is still a desire for the game, but what I would like to make clear is the trend I am seeing of people starting to ask if the game is canceled. I want to tell all of you who have some kind of concern to discard all those ideas immediately, because we are still working hard on it; It has not been canceled in any way. Please continue to look forward to it, "he concludes.
There are three great video games announced for months (or years) for the Nintendo Switch without a specific date yet: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Bayonetta 3 and Metroid Prime 4. All of them in development, each in their own circumstances but sharing a launch window in the financial documents of Nintendo: TBA (to be announced).
The copy of Famitsu published at the beginning of January of this same year brought with it a brief comment from Hiideki Kamiya who simply said: "2020 will be a busy year for PlatinumGames, so I will not say more." About Bayonetta 3, he simply said that "development is progressing smoothly, so please be patient and wait."
Bayonetta 3 will go on sale when it's ready, on a date yet to be determined, exclusively for Nintendo Switch. You can check here the main release schedule for the hybrid in this article.