In a recent interview with GameSpot, Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff from Nintendo Treehouse were asked about Bayonetta 3. After a fairly eventful Nintendo Direct during this year’s online E3 festivities, Bayonetta 3 was once again nowhere to be found. 

For those who may be concerned about the lingering silence surrounding Bayonetta 3, everything is reportedly going well and more will be shown once the developers are ready.

Progress on Bayonetta 3 is Reportedly Going Well

It’s been nearly four years since Bayonetta 3 was announced at The Game Awards 2017. Since then, development has continued on Bayonetta 3. As for when we’ll see more of the game, or get a release window, that’s hard to say. 

One would imagine a 2021 release is probably out, but perhaps we’ll see more of the game later this year and next year at E3 2022. The reason we say this is because progress on the game is reportedly going well as hinted at by Nintendo Treehouse employees Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff in an interview with GameSpot. 

Speaking to GameSpot’s Tamoor Hussain, Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff said that Bayonetta 3 is “still in the works” and according to Bill Trinen is “progressing well” – which is fairly vague as far as statements go, but also positive.

Adding to this, Trinen offered up a brief “stay tuned” message that suggests that even though we haven’t seen Bayonetta 3 in a while, things will be shown once the developers are ready. 

“We like to show things when we’re ready to show them. And certainly we like to show things when the developers are ready to show them. We didn’t have it here at E3, but stay tuned,” Trinen explained

While it’s not a whole lot to go on, it’s still nice to hear a small update on Bayonetta 3 that confirms the game is still in development, and more news is coming… eventually. As soon as we hear more about Bayonetta 3, we’ll be sure to share that information with you here at Prima Games.

Until then, what are your thoughts? Do you think we’ll get another Bayonetta 3 trailer at The Game Awards this year? Do you think we may see the game at E3 2022? Let us know on our social media channels including Facebook and Twitter

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