Bayonetta 3 gets a nudity toggle to make it easier to play in front of people.
Bayonetta 3 has been fashionably late in the third-party Nintendo Direct , which was launched two weeks ago. It now has a trailer and a release date.
The third installment in the action series will be launched on Switch on October 28. This brings the witch back eight year since Bayonetta IIlaunched for the Wii U. Bayonetta 3 seems to be keeping the series’ scale and drama in the new trailer. It also features some returning faces. Jeanne, Luka and Rodin are all back, as well as Enzo, Luka and Rodin. Also, there is a new playable character Viola.
You can see the trailer below.
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In an effort to make Bayonetta3 more accessible to the public, developer Platinum Games has announced that it will allow players to disable the nudity associated with Bayonetta by allowing them to use some of her abilities. Bayo’s outfit actually is her hair. She uses her hair to attack her enemies occasionally, so her hair outfit has to be taken off of her body from time to time. Platinum Games acknowledges that Switch games are sometimes played in public places and allows players to toggle the nudity (still mostly covered up).
While I was in college, I played Bayonetta and Bayonetta II on my Switch. I wish this had been included in other games so that I didn’t have as much to worry about. Now everyone doesn’t have to worry about anyone seeing you trying to play the Switch comfortably and doing all kinds of crazy combos. It’s also a toggle so those who wish to keep things the same as before can go crazy.