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Bayonetta 3 Announced Exclusively For The Nintendo Switch At The Game Awards
09 December 2017, 10:42 | Harold Aguilar
The Game Awards 2017: Bayonetta 3 Coming to Nintendo Switch
The announcement came at last night's Game Awards and was also accompanied by the news that the first two Bayonetta games will also be coming to the console early next year. While the first game, Bayonetta released on the PS3, Xbox 360, and later PC, Bayonetta 3 will be exclusive to the Nintendo Switch. PlatinumGames notes that 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. Once you buy the sequel, you'll then be able to get Bayonetta for $10.
The trailer for Bayonetta 3 doesn't offer very much information about what the game will actually be like, though.
Like Bayonetta 2, Bayonetta 3 will be published by Nintendo and more details about the game will be announced in the near future. 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 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.
Along with the games, the bundle will include a steelbook, 22 art cards and three sticker sheets. The bad news, at least for those of us in North America, is that we're apparently not getting the deluxe, "Non-Stop Climax Edition" of Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 that Japan (and Europe) are getting.
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