E3 2013: Bayonetta 2 Will Include Two-Player Mode

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

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Bayonetta is back! And this time you and your friends can fight alongside each other as Bayonetta and Jean. The two player mode for Bayonetta 2 was announced at a Nintendo E3 presentation today, but it did not include any further details on the new mode. Some more good news has been revealed in the way of drool-worthy screenshots; sadly our leading lady has all of her clothes on in these images.

 

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New angels are shown, as well as a hair style swap between Bayonetta and Jean. I am not sure if I am in favor of this yet, but I certainly do approve of the whips attached to her boots! Every girl needs some whips!

 

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As well as the screenshots, you can watch the previously revealed trailer for the game:

Bayonetta 2 will be exclusive to the Wii U and is slated to be released in 2014

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About Chantal Del Puppo

Former Contributor- A lover of video games, anime and cosplay, Chantal started attending conventions. Quickly she realized she wanted to be a part of the gaming community and found her calling with writing for Operation Rainfall. Currently completing her Bachelor of Arts, Chantal is specializing in English and Cultural studies with hopes to teach abroad. Her favorite types of games are RPGs/JRPGs with a terrible guilty pleasure for rhythm games.