Bayonetta 3 has design changes compared to the first 2 games

So Bayonetta 3 could feel completely differently to Bayonetta 2 due to its 'never been done before' design change.

Published May 3, 2019 4:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:48 AM CST
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Platinum Games are looking at how they develop their titles, and one of their franchises could be subject to massive design changes in its next installment.

Bayonetta 3 has design changes compared to the first 2 games |

That title is none other than Bayonetta 3. Studio head Atsushi Inaba spoke at Osaka revealing some details about the development process Platinum Games are taking with the coming title. According to Inaba, Bayonetta 3 will see a change in its design process which is based on the findings Platinum Games found with the first two games in the series.

Inaba continues and says that these changes that the studio is looking at doing will help establish a "new foundation" for the company as it moves to self-publish their own titles. If you are interested in the two new IP's that Platinum Games has in development, check out a break down of that here. Despite the design changes for Bayonetta 3, Platinum Games said back in September of 2018 that Bayonetta development is "on course", more on that here.

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