Hideki Kamiya Wants Bayonetta to continue going for a while, Even if Up to 9 Mainline Entries Have been Found; Cutie J Spinoff Yearning, Yearing Yenk

Hideki Kamiya, creator of the Bayonetta franchise, recently was interviewed by IGN Japan about the Bayonetta series and the future projects.

From the numerous comments that were made throughout this interview, the following is particularly significant (transslated via our team Ryuji):

Answerer: Would you like to see a Bayonetta 4, or a Bayonetta five?

Kamiya: In my mind, the Bayonetta series is impossible to end. I talk about the possibility that, perhaps, to go as far as I am able to have nine entries a day at the company. Of course I won’t do anything that will betray the fans of this game. I want people who like the Bayonetta series to trust me.

The other ideas, Kamiya, have a lot of ideas to open up Bayonetta universe. The other one has a superhero version of Jeanne called Cutie J. Unfortunately, further details on this potentially exciting project weren’t elaborated, but are sure intrigued.

Another problem raised was the distance between himself and fans due to the distance between the two of these games. Yet, Kamiya doesn’t have any intention of abandoning the narrative, because he believes that creators should pursue their passions instead of trying to enslave fans.

Let’s start with the idea that the company would want to increase its number of employees, as it is not to be that, besides the fact that the project is still very uncertain, G G.G is still a project of interest.

Thanks to Dualshockers for sharing this interesting interview.

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The prequel of the book, Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon, was recently announced and is due to be launched for Switch on March 17, 2023.