Bayonetta 3 leaks has revealed new information about the game. Bayonetta 3 has managed to stay under the radar after being revealed at the 2017 Game Awards with a teaser trailer. There hasn’t been any fresh information on Bayonetta 3 other than Platinum stating that it is still in development this year. Until now, that is.
The final segment of Nintendo’s September Direct gave us our first glimpse at Bayonetta 3’s beautiful gameplay. Here is all the information we currently have on Bayonetta 3, including the game’s release date, gameplay, rumors, and leaks.
Bayonetta 3 leaks: Release date
On October 28, Bayonetta 3 will be released solely for the Nintendo Switch. This was announced at the Nintendo Direct in September along with a brand-new trailer.
In an interview with VGC, series creator Hideki Kamiya made light of the game’s launch, saying “my suggestion would be that maybe we should all reset and forget about Bayonetta 3. Then when something finally does happen, it will be a nice surprise, won’t it?”
Atsushi Inaba, the head of PlatinumGames’ studio, assures the public that “there’s no need to worry.” Hideki Kamiya, the creator of the series, further stated, “it’s not our decision what to say and when to say it.” More information about the game appears to be completely out of his control.
The chief game designer for Bayonetta 3 for a brief period, Marius Hermanavicius, really quit the project in April 2020. He is currently employed by Tango Gameworks as a game designer, possibly on Ghostwire: Tokyo or another undertaking.
Since Bayonetta 3 is expected to release this year but hasn’t received any news since September, we’re expecting that it will be revealed in a Nintendo Direct shortly. We’re crossing our fingers for Bayonetta 3’s continued progress so the Nintendo Switch won’t be without any games this year after the company recently postponed the Breath of the Wild sequel until the spring of 2023.
Bayonetta 3’s release date remains 2022, according to a recent Nintendo earnings report. We are mostly shocked by the absence of Bayonetta 3 after the end of a season dedicated to video game reveal. Nintendo did not have a large showcase to display some of its most anticipated forthcoming titles, but it did hold a Direct Mini in June. We’re hoping Nintendo reveals the game soon if it is still on schedule to release this year.
Bayonetta 3 gameplay
There is now a full gameplay trailer for Bayonetta 3. As usual, Bayonetta is back to use a variety of difficult moves, execute crazy combinations, and earn high scores. The fighting appears to still depend on the player’s quick reflexes, and the game’s animations appear to be as stunning as ever.
As she enters the scene, Bayonetta declares, “I seem to be unfashionably late,” which is funny given that the game was announced four years ago.
In a different sequence from this video, Bayonetta summons a gigantic creature, commands it to fight a huge foe, and even rides it between buildings while on the run from a monster.
A longer gameplay trailer was also released, including eight thrilling minutes of gameplay. One of the amazing new gameplay features enables Bayonetta to explore the area and engage in combat in novel ways by utilizing the powers of Infernal Demons. In one scene from the trailer, she transforms into a gigantic volcanic spider and swings across a chasm.
We can also anticipate that Bayonetta will encounter a few distinctive foes and bosses, hopefully all set within iconic settings that best reflect the concepts of the franchise. We can’t wait to resume striking a posture in style while firing a hail of bullets at angels and demons.
Bayonetta 3 leaks and rumors
We still don’t know much about Bayonetta 3 leaks, despite having seen some gameplay, but there have been some leaks that give us a few things to anticipate. The rumor that many of the game’s setpieces will take place in space and that these locales would be presented at a much bigger scale than in any before Bayonetta is the most intriguing.
The same leak also claims that Bayonetta 3 would handle its protagonist differently, with her clothing being less absurd than before, and that the amount of sexual content will be somewhat reduced. It also suggests that Bayonetta 3 plans to portray significantly more “melancholic” themes. Additionally, it’s possible that Bayonetta 3 will use the same engine as NieR: Automata, and it’s anticipated that the game will look far better than Bayonetta 2.
This information seems wrong when compared to the gameplay trailer. Even though the majority of the trailer takes place on a single setpiece, it seems to have a similar amount of silliness. We have no idea what other levels Bayonetta 3 would contain as Platinum Games most likely only showcased one of them.