Bayonetta 3 Game Previews History, new 2D Stealth segment

The latest game from the Bayonetta series will appear on Switch on October 28

Nintendo began the broadcast of the new trailers of Bayonetta 3 from Platinum Games on Thursday.The first trailer (in English and Japanese) presents the story, gameplay, Sabat Bayonettas, Viola and a new 2D stealth segment.The second trailer contains a review.




The game will be launched by Nintendo Switch on October 28.Bayonetta 3 will get Trinity Masquerade Edition, which will contain a 200-page Artbook and three reversible games for gaming that will combine in panoramic graphics.

The original Bayonetta game received an independent physical version for Switch on September 30.The game and its continuation Bayonett 2 are available in a digital version for the platform, but only the continuation has a physical cartridge.

Platinum Games and Sega released the first game of Bayonett’s action on a changing shape, a fighting witch on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in Japan in October 2009, and then in North America in January 2010 Platinum Games and Sega released Bayonetta 2 on Wii Uin October 2014.Sega released Bayonetta on PC in April 2017, and Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 on Nintendo Switch in February 2018.Jubilee package physically and digitally on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in February 2020.

The manufacturer Platinum Games, Atsushi ina, mentioned in an interview with Ign Japan in February 2020 that the company is interested in the independent publication of the Bayonetta Games series, but he pointed out that this is a pure desire, not to say whether the company can really do it.He added that both Nintendo and SEGA are currently the owners of half of the intellectual property rights to the series, and if Platinum Games was to publish Bayonetta by social financing, it would require a lot of money compared to the Kickstarter campaign for The Wonderful.101: a remastered game.

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The film adaptation of the anime from the Bayonetta game series titled Bayonetta: Bloody Fate, whose premiere took place in November 2013. Mizuki Sakakibara released a two -piece adaptation of the anime manga in December 2013.

Source: YouTube from Nintendo



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