But it seems like both Platinum Games and Nintendo are invested in making Bayonetta a success, and the third time might be the charm. Nintendo, in a surprise move, scooped up the series as a Wii U exclusive a few years later, taking publishing duties away from Sega and developing the sequel exclusively for its hardware. Metroid Prime 4 similarly shocked fans when it was unveiled not long ago with a brief teaser.
Video game stories from other sites on the web. However, in order to help the struggling Wii U, Nintendo joined forces with Platinum Games to bring Bayonetta 2 to life. Players will be able to take the games on the go from February 16, 2018. Along with the game, it appears Japan will also be receiving a special bundle of the port - the "Non-Stop Climax Edition".
Bayonetta 3 is still in development, but we will have more updates about the game as more information begins to surface and it comes closer to release.