Executive Producer For PlatinumGames Promises A Lot Of Announcements For Next Year

Executive Producer For PlatinumGames Promises A Lot Of Announcements For Next Year

Executive Producer For PlatinumGames Promises A Lot Of Announcements For Next Year

Executive Producer and Development General Manager for PlatinumGames, Atsushi Inaba, has recently revealed that the developer will be making various announcements next year.

PlatinumGames is a developer formed by Atsushi Inaba and Shinji Mikami in 2007, which has established itself as a strong first party developer that has delivered some fantastic games like Bayonetta and its sequel, The Wonderful 101, Transformers: Devastation, and the more recent NieR: Automata

While the developer has been very active in recent years, they didn't release any games this year. The last big reveal they gave us was a teaser trailer for Bayonetta 3 which, once again, will be a Nintendo exclusive; much like Bayonetta 2 being comissioned by Nintendo when no other developer would fund their pitch for Bayonetta 2.

In a recent interview with 4Gamer, translated by Gematsu, Atsushi Inaba—Development General Manager and Executive Producer for PlatinumGames—has recently revealed that the developer is already getting ready for next year; calling it an intense year, as a matter of fact.

"Next year will be an intense year as usual. It seems like it will be a year where Platinum Games aims to step up a few steps, so I’ll do the best that I can…. If I end it with something safe like that, then my statement won’t be interesting, right? So next year we will make various announcements!"

Inaba does not reveal what kind of announcements they will be making next year, but it is very safe to assume that one of them will be, hopefully, an official release date for Bayonetta 3. Perhaps even a sequel to the brilliant The Wonderful 101? Whatever the case, this is definitely some very exciting news.




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