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Hideki Kamiya Cannot Conceive Bayonetta Ending

Speaking to IGN Japan, Hideki Kamiya feels like there is a lot of life left in the Bayonetta series.

In an interview this week, the Vice President of PlatinumGames and the creator of the Bayonetta series believe that there are many stories the series can tell. “I personally can’t conceive the Bayonetta series ever ending. I want to make a Bayonetta 4 and Bayonetta 5, and I intend on pitching them to the company. We often talk internally about how we could make nine of them. I want people who love the Bayonetta series to believe me when I say: ‘I’m not going to do anything that will betray the players’,” says Kamiya.

With the way that things ended in Bayonetta 3, fans will be happy to hear that there is more to the story. Last week at The Game Awards, a prequel was announced for the Nintendo Switch, Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon, which launches in February.

Kamiya also said that he’d be happy working on spin-off, particularily with a focus on Jeanne as Cutie J.