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Bayonetta: what’s behind the success of the port on PC and curiosity about the protagonist



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Bayonetta: what’s behind the success of the port on PC and curiosity about the protagonist



New one Bayonetta’s development diary with Hideki Kamiya – The PC version of Bayonetta was an incredible critical and sales success, and the game director of the game has decided to reveal new details about the protagonist.

Last week SEGA has released Bayonetta on PC, of this you will also soon have our enthusiastic (we anticipate) review of the restyling of the SEGA title, and the reactions of fans and gamers have been incredibly positive. The game settled immediately tops the Steam sales charts and currently holds a flattering 90% score on Metacritic thanks to rave reviews. In case you haven’t purchased it yet, the Digital Deluxe Edition is still available for 24 hours, which includes 5 tracks of the soundtrack, a digital art book dating back to the original Climax Edition, but enriched with additional sketches, wallpapers and exclusive avatars. The Digital Deluxe Edition can be purchased on Steam until 5pm on Tuesday 25 April, after which only the Standard Edition will continue to be available at a price of € 19.99.

“Are you a diehard Bayonetta fan and want to know everything there is to know about the most stylish warrior witch there is? Well, then immediately check out the second development diary made by game director Hideki Kamiya and character designer Mari Shimazaki, as it contains exclusive details, never revealed before, about Bayonetta ”.

HERE’S THE VIDEO

“Bayonetta’s PC port was praised by PC Gamer with an eloquent ‘this is how you convert a classic’ and by Eurogamer, who described it as ‘a memorable version of a classic game that hasn’t aged at all.’ Bayonetta runs on PC at 60 FPS and does not have resolution lock, which can be scaled up to 4K. Given the excitement for the game, SEGA looks forward to sharing succulent news about new PC conversions soon. ”

Sources: SEGA, Platinum Games