Nintendo Switch features and pricing detailed for Bayonetta 1 and 2


With Xenoblade Chronicles 2 now out, we have come to the end of Nintendo's first-year roster of exclusive games for the Switch.

The two-game physical edition will be $60 and include a download code for Bayonetta.

If you've missed out on this franchise, or simply want to dive back into it again, this is an excellent way to prepare yourself for Bayonetta 3.

Unfortunately, at less than a minute long, the Bayonetta 3 teaser trailer is incredibly brief.

A third instalment of the popular Bayonetta series is in the works, and it will be made exclusively for the Nintendo Switch console. There's also no word on whether writer Hideki Kamiya will return as writer for "Bayonetta 3", as his absence in sequel was quite noticeable.

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"Bayonetta" was a smash hit when it was released in 2009 for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 with many praising its stunning visuals as well as its combat system.

Both Bayonetta 1 and Bayonetta 2bundles will release for Nintendo Switch on February 16. The Game Awards hold one more surprise for the fans of Bayonetta, as it is not the only one that's been brought to the console. The previously online-only Tag Climax mode can be played either online or off in the Switch re-release.

As with the game's earlier instalments, Nintendo has collaborated with Platinum Games for Bayonetta 3.

Video capture support - Record gameplay clips from up to 30 seconds before you press capture. Players can choose to download the standalone digital version of Bayonetta for $29.99 / €29.99, with the option to then get the digital version of Bayonetta 2 for an additional $29.99/ €29.99.