PlatinumGames is seemingly going all in on the Bayonetta franchise, having launched Bayonetta 3 earlier this yr to essential acclaim and presently gearing up for the upcoming launch of the prequel title, Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Misplaced Demon, in March 2023.
Hideki Kamiya, Vice President of PlatinumGames and creator of Bayonetta, not too long ago sat down with IGN Japan to debate the way forward for the franchise, claiming that he couldn’t envisage the sequence ever ending. When requested whether or not PlatinumGames could be up for making Bayonetta 4 and Bayonetta 5, that is what he needed to say:
“I personally cannot conceive the Bayonetta sequence ever ending. I need to make a Bayonetta 4 and Bayonetta 5, and I intend on pitching them to the corporate. We regularly discuss internally about how we may make 9 of them. I would like individuals who love the Bayonetta sequence to consider me after I say: ‘I am not going to do something that can betray the gamers’.”
Along with discussing the way forward for the sequence, Kamiya additionally mirrored on his time with Bayonetta, having labored on the franchise for a complete of 13 years. He states that whereas participant expectations for a long-running sequence might shift over time, he believes that “builders must have their very own convictions as creators after they make video games”, sustaining a constant world in their very own approach.
Followers will little question be be happy with Kamiya’s feedback, as the latest title within the sequence, Bayonetta 3, gained a whopping 10/10 in our evaluate. We praised the over-the-top marketing campaign, the spectacular replayability, and the wonderful efficiency from new Bayonetta voice actor, Jennifer Hale.
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