Where was Bayonetta 3 game at E3 2019?

With so much to digest in Nintendo's E3 2019 Direct, many were left scratching their heads and wondering: Where was Bayonetta 3 at E3 2019?


Bayonetta fans unite. The first two games in the series were fantastic, with Bayonetta 2 netting itself as a Nintendo exclusive on the Wii U and Switch. With 2019 holding so much for Nintendo, many were sure we’d see more out of the series at E3. Unfortunately, PlatinumGames hit series was absent from the conference this year, leaving many to question just exactly where was Bayonetta 3 at E3 2019?

Where was Bayonetta 3 at E3 2019?

Back in 2017, Nintendo and PlatinumGames teased the heck out of Bayonetta fans with a new teaser trailer for the third title in the series. Many were expecting to hear more about the game—which is currently in development for the Nintendo Switch—but were disappointed when Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct came and went without any notice.

Like many of the other projects currently in development at Nintendo, it makes sense that they are holding off on showing anything new until they’ve managed to get their feet under them a little bit more. The first two games in the Bayonetta series were huge for PlatinumGames and pulling off that success a third time isn’t going to be an easy job. But we have faith in the team and we’re sure that Nintendo will share more in the coming months as information becomes more applicable to the public.

Where was Bayonetta 3 game at E3 2019?

We’ll keep an eye out for any additional news out of Nintendo and PlatinumGames. For now, though, be sure to head back over to our main E3 2019 hub to see all the latest announcements and breaking news from the show floor. You can also check out our list of 2019 video game release dates for more handy info, and follow Shacknews on Twitter for the latest news directly on your timeline.

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