It seems like the witch Bayonetta is coming back to take over her foes. The action-adventure hack and slash video game developed by PlatinumGames and published by Sega was first released in Japan in 2009 for Xbox 360 and PS4.
The game gained an incredible response from the people, and eventually, it’s sequel Bayonetta 2 was released in September 2014. But now the fans are eagerly waiting for Its third sequel. So when are we getting the third sequel?
Release Date for Bayonetta 3
The fans have been waiting for almost 5 years. The last sequel was released in September 2014, and speculation was there that the third sequel will release anytime soon in 2019, but everything doesn’t come easy right?.
The rumors about the third sequel have thickened the air around us. Making it difficult for us to rely on facts. Almost in 5 years, we didn’t get any confirmation apart from some small hints. In February 2019 Yoshiaki Koizumi said that the development is going smoothly. So we can expect the sequel in 2021.
The gameplay of Bayonetta 3
Bayonetta is a single-player, third-person 3D action game. The player can control a witch named Bayonetta who can shapeshift. By using a ranged attack, complex combo strings, and multiple weapons. The game allows a magical attack, in which Bayonetta performs with her hair summoning demons to fight her foes. Bayonetta has unique but limited power which makes her strong than her enemies.
The game consists of various chapters and accordingly the players have to complete the mission. Based on their performance they are given medals which provides an advantage to the players in upcoming challenges and missions.
The platform where we will get Bayonetta 3
When Bayonetta was first released it was available for PS3 and Xbox 360. Its second sequel was available on a platform like PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Wii U. So we may expect the same platform for Its third sequel also with PS5.
In which languages will it be available?
The video game will be available in two languages
- Japanese, which happens to be its native language.
- Universally acceptable English.