Bayonetta 2 will support some nice features when it releases on Switch next year.
Bayonetta 3 for the Nintendo Switch was revealed at The Game Awards 2017. That was further evidenced with Bayonetta being the final character to make her way into the fourth iteration of Super Smash Bros.
Bayonetta 2 will be made available both digitally and physically, while the original Bayonetta will only come as a digital version.
The sudden announcement of a highly anticipated game is something that has been working out well for the Switch with other titles. The gaming company definitely seems to be listening to their fans on this console generation.
For Bayonetta 3 all we really have to go on is that it's coming exclusively to the Switch sometime in the future.
A Special Edition box of Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 has been announced, also releasing on February 16.
The video offers no hints about what the female protagonist may be getting up to in the third game and no release date (or even a release year) has been confirmed either.
Sadly, we don't know much else about the game at this point, nor do we have any idea when it will be released.