Original Bayonetta Coming Soon to Physical Switch

The first Bayonetta is releasing a physical version of the game on the Nintendo Switch, and fans don’t have to wait long to get it.


PlatinumGames will release a physical version of the first Bayonet game on the Nintendo Switch, and fans won’t have to wait long to get it. This first game was originally re-released for Wii U in 2014, alongside its sequel Bayonet 2. These games saw ports on the Switch console a few years later, although Bayonet 2 was the only game to get a Switch cartridge release. The first game was only available as a digital download through the Nintendo eShop or through a free code bundled with new physical copies of Bayonet 2. With Bayonet 3With this fall’s release closer than ever, players can get their hands on the adventure where it all began with a sleek new physical release.

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With Bayonet 3With the story of having ties to its past entries, involving multiple timelines, this physical re-release is a good way for some fans to revisit the old game. This entry can help players get to grips with hack-and-slash gameplay combo-based, as well as its brutal difficulty. Not only that, it gives fans a fancy Switch case, which ties into Bayonet 3the special edition.

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Fans won’t have to wait long, as this physical launch will happen very soon, on September 30. This isn’t entirely new to some fans, as Nintendo announced that the first Bayonet the game would receive this physical version in June, parallel to the release date of Bayonet 3. A tweet from Nintendo’s official Twitter account reminds fans that this release is imminent, as it’s exactly one week away.

This physical output of Bayonet was first announced alongside Bayonet 3‘s Trinity Masquerade Edition. In this special edition, there are two additional goodies for longtime fans. A 200-page artbook based on the game will be included, along with a special sleeve for the three Switch boxes the game will come in. This new boxed version for the original Bayonetnext to the Switch box of Bayonet 2will allow fans to use Trinity Masquerade’s special title covers to create a vibrant panning Bayonet physical collection.

It should be noted that the first Bayonet The game isn’t a Switch exclusive, as it originally launched on PS3 and Xbox 360, before getting Steam and other console ports years later. Players looking to revisit the first game have multiple platforms to choose from, while its sequels are exclusive to Switch. This physical release should be a great piece for any collector, giving them a unified range of Switch cases based on the series.

Bayonet is available now on PC, PS3, PS4, Switch, Wii U, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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