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Sega is teasing something Bayonetta related for next week

Sega has launched a new teaser site that appears to tease something related to Platinum Games’ Bayonetta franchise.

The publisher’s new teaser domain displays a countdown that will end in just under 7 days time. Could this be leading up to a Bayonetta 3 announcement?

Reddit users believe it could be related to a sequel or a port of the original game to PC, which is currently exclusive to consoles. The heroine’s foot can be seen in the background of the webpage.

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Last week, Sega released an 8-bit version of Bayonetta on Steam as what we assume was a creative April Fools joke. You can download it here to play it right now.

Game Director Hideki Kamiya told Polygon last year that he is “thinking a lot about Bayonetta 3” and potential ideas for the sequel.

“We’ve talked a lot about it internally at the company and I’ve written some outlines for what the game would be. And I feel really confident it would be cool if we got the chance to make it,” he said.

The developer was previously working as project lead on Xbox One exclusive Scalebound, which was unfortunately cancelled earlier this year.

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What do you want to see from the mysterious countdown? Let us know in the comments.

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