PlatinumGames is gearing up for a giant 2020, and is promising some large bulletins. The studio is presently engaged on Bayonetta Three and Babylon’s Fall, each of which we’re anticipating to see extra of this 12 months. In statements given to Japanese web site Inside Games (which have been then translated by Siliconera), studio president Kenichi Sato and studio head Atsushi Inaba have talked about their plans for the 12 months forward.
Sato says that he promised on the finish of 2018 that 2019 “can be a 12 months the place the curtain rises for a brand new stage for PlatinumGames,” however that it is occurring a bit later as an alternative. “I imagine we’ll have a number of large bulletins to ship early within the new 12 months, so please look ahead to that.”
As Sato factors out, the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 imply that “the world shall be watching Japan,” and as a studio representing the nation, “PlatinumGames need to go all-out, to get consideration from followers world wide, and produce smiles to everybody.”
Inaba’s assertion is transient, however he guarantees that “beginning early on within the 12 months, I imagine we’ll proceed to roll out varied bulletins, large and small, all year long.”
We’re but to see precise gameplay footage of Bayonetta 3, whereas Babylon’s Fall was reintroduced in December 2019 as a part of a Sony State of Play stream. Remasters of Bayonetta and Vanquish are additionally coming to PS4 and Xbox One. The studio was additionally beforehand engaged on Granblue Fantasy: Relink, earlier than leaving the…