New Bayonetta 2 Gameplay Trailer Shows Off 60 FPS On Nintendo Switch (VIDEO)
One of the most pleasant surprises to come out of The Game Awards for 2017 was Nintendo’s announcement that not only would Bayonetta 1 and 2 be re-released on the Nintendo Switch, but that a third Bayonetta game would also be in the works for the new hybrid platform. Given that the Nintendo Switch also functions as a portable console, many have been wondering how the Wii U game would run on the device. Now, ahead of the game’s launch later this month, Nintendo has released a new Bayonetta 2 gameplay trailer which shows the game running in 60 fps.
Nintendo released the Bayonetta 2 gameplay trailer on their official YouTube channel, giving a quick look at the game as it will run on the Nintendo Switch. The trailer contains a few different clips of gameplay in which Bayonetta battles against various large monsters. The main noticeable detail about the gameplay clips is that they appear to be running in 60 FPS. While this is contrasted slightly by the cutscenes shown in the trailer running at 30 FPS, it appears that everyone’s favorite gun-wielding witch will indeed be seen soon on TVs and Switch screens soon in 60 FPS.
These new Switch versions of the first two Bayonetta games will also take advantages of the Switch’s unique features. This will include Amiibo support, touch screen controls and local multiplayer gameplay. This will be the perfect primer for Switch owners new to the series that are looking forward to Bayonetta 3. These two Switch ports will be available on February 16th. What do you guys think about this new Bayonetta 2 gameplay trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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