Japanese developer PlatinumGames for the most part has been quiet following the release of Astral Chain in late August, but for fans of the team, many have not forgot of what is to come later on in the future. For instance Bayonetta 3: the game was announced back at the Game Awards in 2017, but news following up on the development has yet to arrive. But what if the team had more scheduled to release aside from the Nintendo Switch exclusive?
According to a few emerging listings that were discovered on Xbox One, TrueAchievements reports that PlatinumGames’ Bayonetta and Vanquish will both be coming, at least, to Xbox One pretty soon. Upon discovering the two games, the two remasters are said to be arriving sometime in February next year, February 18 to be exact.
Interesting enough from the findings, the games are also shared to be sold separately as individual units or as a duo in a bundle, titled the “10th Anniversary Bundle”. Reading up on the descriptions for all three listings reveals that these touched up titles are said to be able to perform at 60 frames-per-second with a steady 4K resolution.
Here are the provided images for the listings:
Seeing that Bayonetta released in 2009 and the following year with Vanquish, it is refreshing to be able to return to both games as both have yet to receive any following installments since 2014. Although both are available on Xbox One via Xbox 360 backwards compatibility, the two do deserve a makeover with sleeker visuals and fluid gameplay, don’t you agree?
Additionally, Bayonetta is also said to be about 12.87 GB, but Vanquish’s client size has yet to be revealed as of reporting. What games do you think about picking up next year?
Bayonetta is currently available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch; Vanquish is available now for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.