Bayonetta 3's been a source of frustration for many people. First revealed during the 2017 Game Awards, we've not seen anything since, which has led to repeated speculation about the game. While PlatinumGames director Hideki Kamiya expressed his frustrations about this on Twitter, Nintendo sought to assure fans things are coming along fine.
Speaking in a video interview with GameSpot’s Tamoor Hussain, he spoke to Nintendo of America’s senior product marketing manager Bill Trinen, alongside senior director of localisation Nate Bihldorff. Taking this opportunity, he asked the pair "Where is Bayonetta 3? Does it still exist? We’re dying out here. Are you going to show it to us again? What’s the deal here?"
Bayonetta 3 Is Still "Progressing Well", According To Nintendo
While Bihldorff replied "It definitely still exists, I can confirm it", Trinen elaborated, telling Hussain:
I will even go one further and say not only does it exist, but it’s progressing well. We like to show things whenever we’re ready to show them, and certainly we like to show things when the developer’s ready to show them. So we didn’t have it at E3, but stay tuned.
While it might be disappointing for existing Bayonetta fans, Nintendo's conference still came packed with strong reveals. Between Zelda news, Metroid Dread, Mario Party Superstars, WarioWare, and Advance Wars , we witnessed a strong conference and we've got the full rundown here.