Hot on the heels of PlatinumGames' tease that they intend to bring the Bayonetta series to the Nintendo Switch comes yet another mysterious tweet from the developer that suggests their plans to revive Wii U titles on Nintendo's latest console won't end there.
Platinum Games Japanese Twitter account has posted an image that hints at The Wonderful 101's impending arrival on Nintendo Switch. A new piece of art based on the Bayonetta games used a red and blue color scheme, which some followers thought was a reference to the neon Nintendo Switch Joy-Con set.
The Wonderful 101 originally launched on the Wii U in 2013. Modders have ben really hard at work trying to crack the Nintendo Switch and work out any secrets that the system might hold and they've apparently discovered that a NES Emulator is already built in.
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It seems like this is either going to be a Switch port of the Wii U game or maybe even a sequel.
In this monolog, he didn't mention any new games, but he did say, "I can tell you there's more to be announced".