If you skipped the Wii U but jumped on board for the Switch, then you'll be able to catch up on one of the best series now in Nintendo's roster.
That definitely puts some pressure for "Bayonetta 3" to perform especially considering that it will only be available to the Nintendo Switch. With Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 coming to Switch in 2018, it's likely we won't see Bayonetta 3 until 2019. Nintendo has also confirmed during The Game Awards that Bayonetta 1 and Bayonetta 2 bundles are also arriving on Nintendo Switch.
Video capture will also be supported along with the Bayonetta amiibo released for Super Smash Bros. Great news for those who wanted to enjoy "Bayonetta 2" but weren't too keen on buying the Wii U for it. Players who purchase the game in stores at a suggested retail price of $59.99 will receive a free download code for the original Bayonetta game. The gaming company definitely seems to be listening to their fans on this console generation. Not much has been revealed in the trailer about Bayonetta 3, but it's an exciting teaser nonetheless and certainly intriguing in many ways.
Bayonetta 3 is real.
Bayonetta 2 was announced for Switch last night during The Game Awards alongside Bayonetta 3 for Switch. They'll release in Japan on February 17. So there will be ample opportunity for new and old fans of the character to enjoy her games while waiting for the newest release. We are looking forward to learning more about the new title of Platinum Games!
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