PlatinumGames first launched Bayonetta in 2009 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Not only that, but the first two Bayonetta games are also heading to the gaming machine, marking the first time they'll be playable on the go.
Bayonetta 2 (and one) will be available as a package on February 16, while the sequel doesn't have a release window as of yet.
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Bayonetta 3 will come to Nintendo Switch as well, which Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime revealed as a surprise second announcement during The Game Awards. It was announced with a trailer at The Game Awards tonight, and we'll have to wait for press releases to get any actual details. Along with the announcement of Bayonetta ports for Nintendo Switch, he announced something more, something huge.
Given that Bayonetta 2 never jumped from the Wii U, it's likely the game will remain a sole exclusive on Nintendo Switch.