Bayonetta 3 planned for later this year Nintendo reveals game

Bayonetta 3 planned for later this year: Nintendo reveals game release schedule

Nintendo reported to investors about the upcoming games for the Nintendo Switch and presented an updated schedule. From this it became known that Bayonetta 3 should appear later this year. But Advance Wars 1 + 2: Re-Boot Camp will be released, but when is unknown.

    Image source: Nintendo

Image source: Nintendo

Bayonetta 3 was announced in 2017, but the game hasn’t actually been shown yet. In September 2021, Nintendo broke the silence and presented a new action trailer, promising to release the project later this year. Judging by the schedule, the plans have not changed.

Also, interesting things are happening with Advance Wars. Nintendo originally planned to release the game back in December last year, but was then pushed back to April. But in March, Nintendo, referring “recent events in the world”announced the indefinite postponement of the release of Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp.

It’s funny that a preloaded strategy from Nintendo eShop was available for some users on the day of the scheduled release. However, the company soon canceled the pre-order, returned the money and blocked access to the game. By including Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp in their report, Nintendo has shown that the project won’t sit in the drawer for too long, but will likely be out in the foreseeable future.

Nintendo release schedule in Europe:

  • Mario Strikers: Battle League Football – June 10;
  • Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes – June 24th
  • Live a Live – July 22;
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 3 – July 29th
  • Splatoon 3 – September 9th
  • Bayonet 3 – 2022;
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel (Tentative Title) – Spring 2023;
  • Metroid Prime 4 (tentative title) – unannounced;
  • Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp – Unannounced.

In the summer, Nintendo is also expected to host a Nintendo Direct show showcasing new projects and discussing the release windows of previously announced games. Fans are excited for the Metroid Prime 4 release date and the announcement of the Metroid Prime remaster as the sub-series turns 20 in November.

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