How to watch Bayonetta 3: Trailer, gameplay, release date and more


Bayonetta 3 will be a Nintendo Switch unique

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The third Bayonetta game was initially revealed in 2017 but has yet to be made available. Fans are anxiously awaiting the next chapter in the exploits of the umbra witch. A video and a release date for Platinum Games’ next game have been revealed after years of sporadic updates.

Bayonetta 3 is slated to arrive on October 28, 2022. Only the Nintendo Switch version of the game will be released. Graphics appear old, but 60fps is still there in this early gameplay clip.


Check out the details about Bayonetta 3 listed below.

Bayonetta 3 release date

According to a new video, Bayonetta 3 will eventually debut on October 28, 2022. Physical and digital versions of the game will be available, as well as a Trinity Masquerade Edition. There are reversible covers for Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2, but the games themselves are not included.

Bayonetta 3 trailer

There have been a few trailers published for Bayonetta 3 so far. Most recently, at the Nintendo Direct Event in September, gameplay and Bayonetta’s new hairdo and clothing were shown off.


To commemorate The Game Awards, which took place in 2017, we’ve included the first trailer for this game.

When a flaming purple opponent hits, we witness Bayonetta’s ribbon drifting over a blood-red moon while the heroine is pummeled. Retaliates by firing two fresh weapons at the enemy, but she soon falls under the assault.

There isn’t much in the way of plot or gameplay in the video; it’s basically there to give us a taste of what’s to come. It does the job in that regard.


Bayonetta 3 gameplay

Recent Bayonetta 3 teasers suggest a gameplay experience quite similar to the other two games in the series. Means plenty of movement while showing off your body parts in full view. The game maintains its over-the-top trend of Bayonetta conjuring progressively bizarre creatures out of her hair, including a gigantic dragon and spider.

Expect Bayonetta to use both melee and firearms to deal with her opponents. Firearms she wields in the trailer are dubbed “Whittingham Fair,” which are reminiscent of the “Scarborough Fair” guns from prior games.)

New vehicle portions, animal transformations, and Torture attacks are likely to be included in the future. The gameplay of Bayonetta 2 was honed rather than reimagined, and we can anticipate the same thing from Bayonetta 3.


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