The cheekiest Umbra Witch is back in the Bayonetta 3 game! This time, Bayonetta must face off against manmade bioweapons known as Homunculi. Armed with her signature guns, Witch Time ability, and a bit of sass, Bayonetta is ready to begin her next battle!
Witch new tricks will be your treat?
Homunculi may be attacking, but why should that stop you from having a good time? Try using Bayonetta 3 and it’s new ability Demon Masquerade to channel demons linked to weapons, allowing you to create hair-rising combos and a bit of merry mayhem. Summon demonic darlings, like Gomorrah and Malphas, and unleash their dreadful powers. Think of it as a chance to take part in a larger-than-life monster battle where you control the action.
Friends, allies, and…Bayonettas?
A mysterious witch-in-training, Viola is… let’s say, not from around here. Alongside her capricious demon companion Cheshire, Viola is ready to do what she feels is necessary to stop the incoming Homunculi threat.
Along with new allies, familiar friendly faces join Bayonetta as she fights her way through the streets of Tokyo, the mountains of China, and many more locales. But wait, is that a coven of Bayonettas?!
It sounds like this fight is going to have a dangerous amount of sass and class.
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