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Bayonetta’s Voice Actor Is Worrying Fans About Whether She’s in Bayonetta 3

Hellena Taylor, the voice actor for Bayonetta, has been worrying followers on Twitter the place a string of replies from the actress appears to forged doubt over whether or not she’ll be returning in the sequence’ third installment.

Taylor, who has been the voice of Bayonetta in the English model of the sequence since its debut on consoles in 2010, not too long ago sparked concern among the many Bayonetta neighborhood on Twitter. The concern is pushed by a tweet from one among her followers exclaiming that they could not think about Bayonetta with out her voice work, which obtained an unnerving response from Taylor: “Well you might need to.”

When requested by additional followers whether or not she can be returning to Bayonetta 3 to voice the titular character, Taylor responded in quite a few tweets stating that she was both “not at liberty to say” or “sure by [a] confidentiality settlement” that hindered her from speaking extra overtly about her function (or lack of function) in the upcoming title.

On prime of quite a few apprehensive followers, Jean Pierre Kellams, who labored on the English diversifications for each earlier entries in the Bayonetta sequence earlier than he left PlatinumGames in 2017, shared his ideas a few attainable future for Bayonetta 3 that did not embrace a return to the sequence for Taylor. The former studio Creative Producer stated, “If Hellena Taylor is not again as Bayonetta, don’t fret… I’ll lead the riot.”

While Kellam’s feedback did little to supply followers any much-needed peace of thoughts concerning hypothesis for the function, it did immediate a heartwarming response from Taylor herself as might be seen beneath:

Earlier this month PlatinumGames spoke out about Bayonetta 3, reaffirming their place that the discharge of additional particulars surrounding the sport is actually out of the studio’s control and as an alternative in the arms of its writer, Nintendo. In a latest try and reassure followers concerning the sport’s lack of reveal, studio head Atsushi Inaba reportedly instructed VGC in an interview that “there is not any want [for fans] to fret” about it and that “all the pieces’s OK”.

However, with little to indicate since its original announcement at The Game Awards 2017, and additional hypothesis being forged about Taylor’s function in the sport’s English adaptation, it is truthful to say that members of the neighborhood will likely be itching for content material that places any doubts concerning the upcoming title to mattress.

Jared Moore is a contract author for IGN. You can observe him on Twitter.

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