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Friday, 14 September 2012 08:23

Bayonetta 2 will be Wii U exclusive

Written by David Stellmack

Very surprising announcement for the sequel


In news that really rocked the Wii U press conference, Nintendo announced that they had cut a deal for Bayonetta 2 to be a Wii U exclusive. Yes, that is correct… it will be a Wii U exclusive; and if that isn’t interesting enough for you, Nintendo will be publishing it themselves.

Beyond this, all we know is that the development is being handled by Platinum and no release date has been announced. In addition, questions on how exclusive the deal for Bayonetta 2 is ended with “it is a Wii U exclusive.” No additional information is available, but Nintendo promised that we should hear more about it soon. We suspect that it is not among the 50 titles that Nintendo is counting to make its initial launch window; so we are just guessing, but are thinking late next year at the soonest.

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