After working with Nintendo to release The Wonderful 101, Bayonetta 2 and Star Fox Zero on Wii U, it didn’t come as a particular surprise to learn that PlatinumGames had pledged to support Nintendo Switch.
The Japanese developer had appeared in a list of third-party partners working on the portable console, although their game remains unannounced.
“I think it’s good. We’ve also already declared we’re going to participate. During the announcement event of Nintendo Switch, there’s the PlatinumGames logo showing up secretly,” PlatinumGames executive producer Atsushi Inaba explained to Famitsu.
Asked whether a project is already underway, he added: “We’re creating it, you know. I think it’s going to be interesting.”
Many have been holding out hope for Bayonetta 3, although Inaba had revealed at BitSummit that the studio is working on a new fully-owned IP.[Thanks, Japanese Nintendo]