Bayonetta 3: the director says he is annoyed by the speculations

Bayonetta 3: the director says he is annoyed by the speculations

Bayonetta 3

Nintendo was the protagonist of yesterday, the last of E3 2021. The Japanese company certainly did discuss banning the co-streaming of the show with Twitch, which stated that it would not broadcast it on principle on the official twitch gaming channel. In short, all this just a few minutes from the beginning of everything, which certainly made the public angry. In addition, let's say that Nintendo Direct was certainly not the best, managing in some way to "save itself in the corner" with the presentation of the first real gameplay of the sequel to Breath of the Wild coming out next year. Among the great absences it is absolutely necessary to point out Bayonetta 3.

The third chapter starring the femme fatale of video games par excellence was certainly one of the most anticipated titles since for the past four years nothing has been known. In this regard, the direct of Bayonetta 3 intervened, Hideki Kamiya who “vented” against the fans and speculations in general.

The creator did not mince words with those who speculate. “I understand why people say> or>. Rash comments like>, etc. They are nothing but annoying wastes of time. " On Twitter there was no shortage of insults to some users, which obviously we will not report to you, but we assure you that Kamiya was very annoyed by this, reiterating, for the umpteenth time, that development is progressing well.

There we obviously trust the director, but skipping E3 for the third consecutive year is certainly not reassuring. We are aware that the pandemic has inevitably slowed down all work, not only for Bayonetta so it will be better to wait and see if during the next Nintendo Direct we will finally see it officially.

Waiting for Bayonetta 3 you can recover at this Amazon address the two incredible chapters released on Nintendo Switch.

Random: What's Happened To Bayonetta 3, Platinum?

One game we thought was in with a chance to be shown at Nintendo's E3 Direct this year was Bayonetta 3.

Hours before the live stream, the game's director Hideki Kamiya retweeted a post by Nintendo and shared an image of a Bayonetta Nendoroid - leading many fans to believe they would be hearing (and perhaps even seeing) the next entry in the series at the event.

Instead, the PlatinumGames announcement of the broadcast turned out to be a DLC update for The Wonderful 101. Kamiya has since been on the receiving end of some angry messages for not delivering, and well now, a lot of fans are left wondering what's going on with the next entry in the series.

As highlighted above, Bayonetta 3 was announced all the way back in December 2017 at The Game Awards, and now The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel (a game announced in 2019) looks like it will arrive first.

Apart from The Wonderful 101 DLC, earlier this week during Square Enix's E3 broadcast Platinum's new game Babylon's Fall got a new trailer - so it's clearly busy with that, too. PlatinumGames' co-founder Atsushi Inaba has also previously mentioned how the developer doesn't have much say over projects it's not publishing - potentially pushing the blame onto Nintendo.

'We don’t have that much say over projects that we’re not publishing. And we understand different titles require different approaches, so we respect the publisher’s decisions.'

Meanwhile, Hideki keeps saying it's going fine and an update will happen when it happens. So, what do you think has happened to Bayonetta 3? When do you think we'll learn more about this anticipated release? Vote in our poll and leave a comment down below.