Why wait until March to try out Bayonetta’s next adventure?

Given how long the development of Bayonetta 3 took, it’s safe to say no one was expecting another game any time soon, but we were wrong. With a spin-off game, Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon announced during The Game Awards, along with a release date, we are just two months away from being able to play the whole thing.

Still, why wait until March 17, 2023 when PlatinumGames have provided fans with the means to play a teaser for the game, available now and here’s how:

How to Play the Bayonetta Origins Teaser in Bayonetta 3:

First and foremost, players will need to own a copy of Bayonetta 3 and a Nintendo Switch. You will also have needed to playthrough the game to Chapter 1 at the earliest, in order to access The Gates of Hell. It is at The Gates of Hell, players will be able to purchase the special item, “Old Picture Book” for 1,000 Halos from the Rodin’s Treasures menu.

Up until now, players couldn’t do anything with the book, but now when you boot the game up, players are given the tricolour keys, which can be used to unlock the Old Picture Book and gives players access to the Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon teaser. Of course, players will need to make sure your copy of Bayonetta 3 is running in software update 1.2.0 update and that’s all there is to it.

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By Jack Longman

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