And if this year wasn’t busy enough for Switch with games like Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, there’s also Bayonetta’s next outing this October.
If you’re dying to learn more about Witcher 3, the Australian Classification Board has detailed the story of the Umbra witch. Interestingly, the ACB even noted that the description “may contain spoilers”. There will be intense fantasy, violence and online interactions (game rating MA15+). Here are other things to look forward to:
Bayonetta 3 is an action-adventure game in which human characters travel through a series of fantastical environments, battling monsters called Homunculi and evil creatures called Singularity. Players must travel to Thule, an island, to prevent the singularity from destroying the known world.
theme The game contains fantasy themes, including monsters and supernatural creatures. There is a brief sequence in which a character removes her own heart in order to increase her powers.
Violence Violence includes melee combat in fantasy settings, using guns, blades, and other weapons. Gameplay and cutscenes sometimes show blood details.
The same ratings also reference online interactions – in the form of shared leaderboards. This apparently includes the ability to upload “chapter specific” scores in the third game. It’s unclear if the game will support other online features.
Bayonetta 3 also received an ESRB rating last month – highlighting mature content and in-game purchases:
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