Bayonetta 1 and 2 on Switch return in images and video

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Bayonetta 1 and 2 on Switch return in images and video

Nintendo Japan releases images and a long video for the remasters of Bayonetta 1 and 2 on Switch. A way to highlight the characteristics of these versions which will benefit, for those who wish, from a touch interface so as not to put off players new to BTA. Likewise, multiplayer games will appear in the series, a story of fighting demons and other vile creatures encountered in this fantastic universe.

Specific to Bayonetta 2 on the other hand, the Amiibo will unlock special outfits for our beloved witch, as you can see from 2 min 30 sec in the video. Remember that once the games are in your possession, you will have to download the first episode on the eShopsince only Bayonetta 2 is available in physical form, regardless of the version purchased. It’s ugly, but there are no small savings at Nintendo.

Release scheduled for February 16.

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