Bayonetta 3 was first announced as a Nintendo Switch exclusive during the The Game Awards 2017.
Hideki Kamiya, a designer, supervisor, writer, and director at PlatinumGames, recently commented on the state of the studio’s upcoming title, Bayonetta 3.
The original version of its predecessor, Bayonetta 2, released as an exclusive for the Nintendo Wii U and was eventually made available on the Switch as well.
We also know that the design process for Bayonetta 3 has been different than the process used for the first two games.
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