Nintendo announced today that Bayonetta 2, the highly-anticipated sequel to Platinum Games’s hit action title.will be bundled with the first Bayonetta game when it is released in October. First released in 2009 for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3, Bayonetta received a warm reception from critics.
As revealed in the new Bayonetta 2 trailer, Bayonetta will be able to wear Nintendo-themed costumes, including Princess Peach, Link and Samus costumes. The trailer does not specify if the costumes are a pre-order bonus or must be unlocked in-game. Check out the trailer below for more gameplay and story goodness, as well as the screenshots of Bayonetta in her Nintendo costumes.
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