Bayonetta 2 coming to Nintendo Switch
- Author: Kyle Warner Dec 09, 2017,
Dec 09, 2017, 10:41
Developed by PlatinumGames, Bayonetta released to critical acclaim on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2009.
We'll hopefully see more of Bayonetta 3 next summer when E3 begins, but in the meantime we'll have PSX and a number of other events to wait on in order to hopefully see more of Bayonetta 3.
Nintendo Switch has stated that the Bayonetta 3 is exclusively under development for Nintendo Switch. The video is less than a minute in length and simply shows Bayonetta in action, but no real details on what the story of the game will be. Watch the trailers for both releases below.
In the meantime, PSX is going to be starting tonight, so if you're up for seeing trailers and gameplay for upcoming Playstation 4 games you should turn into one of the streams watching it tonight.
A Special Edition box of Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 has been announced, also releasing on February 16.
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Along with the games, the bundle will include a steelbook, 22 art cards and three sticker sheets. Players can also take part in online co-op.
Nintendo has also announced that Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 will also be making their way to the Switch next year.
Buying the digital version of Bayonetta will cost you $29.99/ €29.99/ £29.99 and then Bayonetta 2 will run you $29.99/ €29.99.
That's all we know about Bayonetta 3 and Bayonetta 2 for Switch.
That wasn't the only surprise announcement we got last night though.