Bayonetta 3 Rolls Out Specifically for Nintendo Switch

Bayonetta 3 Rolls Out Specifically for Nintendo Switch

Bayonetta 3 isn't the only part of the series to make a new home on the Switch, however. The original Bayonetta launched in 2009 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

The trailer itself doesn't show off much and includes a disclaimer in the beginning that what you are seeing is not actual gameplay footage. But with the Nintendo Switch selling as well as it has, we doubt too many will have a problem with Bayonetta 3 being exclusive to it. Nintendo will also be publishing the title and will be exclusively available for Nintendo's hybrid console (the first game was published by SEGA).

Bayonetta started out as a multi-platform release.

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Bayonetta 2 was announced for Switch last night during The Game Awards alongside Bayonetta 3 for Switch. Both are critically acclaimed action titles developed by Platinum Games. Nothing can be said yet as what's new is up in this game, after having a glance on the trailer released., but it seems enough exciting no matter how complex things are been shown than its former revelations. The previously online-only Tag Climax mode can be played either online or off in the Switch re-release. Players can purchase the two-game physical edition for $60 or opt for the digital copy from the Nintendo Switch eShop.

For those who think the only exclusive games from Nintendo systems feature classic characters like Mario, Donkey Kong, or Link, it looks like you can officially count Bayonetta as a member of that group. Keep checking back for more info as we get it.

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