The release date for Bayonetta 3 and its special edition, titled “Trinity Masquerade Edition,” were both revealed in the official teaser, which debuted on July 13. In addition to the teaser, PlatinumGames, the game’s creator, disclosed that Bayonetta 3 would offer a family-friendly mode.
It has taken a while for Bayonetta 3 to appear. Fans frequently inquired about the game, so director Hideki Kamiya felt compelled to confirm them that it was still in production. After four years of development, fans’ perseverance was eventually granted when the first teaser for Bayonetta 3 was released in of last year.
Nintendo is releasing the Trinity Masquerade Edition of Bayonetta 3 in addition to a conventional launch through a few stores as well as its own Nintendo Store. A 200-page artbook and three jewel case sleeves that create panoramic artwork are included in the special Trinity Masquerade Edition of Bayonetta 3 that Nintendo has revealed. This allows you to change the look of your case as frequently as Bayonetta changes her demonic forms. . Nintendo promises more information on pre-orders soon.
The teaser featured the typical Bayonetta on-rails shooting part, along with a scene where players must defend themselves against homunculi bioweapons by firing cannons from the rear of a rolling train. The Bayonetta 3 teaser displayed some of the massive demon battles that resemble Kaiju, with Bayonetta’s creatures now engaging in Kaiju-style combat with the other demons.
Although Jeanne is notably missing from the teaser, the characters from the previous Bayonetta games will still be there as Rodin, Enzo, and Luka often appeared in it. In order to fight the terrifying bioweapons known as Homunculi, which were created by humans and are invading, gamers in Bayonetta 3 will team up with the Viola and a series of other Bayonetta. Moreover, Players will also be able to cover the naked bodies of their avatars in the new “Naive Angel mode,” since it’s going to be a family-friendly mode.
Bayonetta 3 will be available for purchase on October 28th for $59.99 on the Nintendo Switch.