Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Misplaced Demon launched just a few days in the past, so the franchise remains to be recent on the minds of followers and the video gaming media. Due to this, it isn’t stunning that Famitsu did an interview with sequence creator Hideki Kamiya and Nintendo producer Makoto Okazaki, which was later translated into English by Nintendo All the pieces. There, the pair have been requested about what the long run holds for the sequence.
Okazaki stated that “there’s actually nothing concrete we will say at this level however personally no less than, I don’t suppose that is the top”. That stated, Okazaki additionally talked about eager to take heed to suggestions from those that performed Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Misplaced Demon first earlier than deciding on the place to go together with the sequence subsequent.
Kamiya, in the meantime, said that “we wish to make this title a part of a brand new sequence, and preserve increasing the world”. He additionally revealed that they’ve been having discussions with director Abebe Tinari in regards to the thought. Nonetheless, the brainstorming has been restricted to simply PlatinumGames devs for the time being, with Kamiya even admitting that this hasn’t been mentioned with Nintendo but.
Supply: Famitsu / Through