Bayonetta PC Announced With 4K Support, Is Available Now
The re-release supports 4K and, as with all PC games, allows players to control graphical options such as texture quality, texture filtering, anti-aliasing, shadow quality, and SSAO quality. HDR can also be enabled. "Experience the over-the-top stylish action in 60 FPS, at unlocked HD resolutions," Sega said in a press release.
Until April 25, Sega is giving everyone that purchases Bayonetta on PC the Digital Deluxe Edition at no extra cost. This version includes the five track soundtrack sampler, digital artbook "from the Climax Edition, enhanced with even more concept art," wallpapers, and avatars. It also includes Japanese and English voice overs and subtitles.
You can see Bayonetta running on PC with advanced graphical options enabled in the video below.
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In GameSpot's Bayonetta review, Lark Anderson awarded it an 8/10.
"Chock-full of often silly but always memorable moments, Bayonetta can stay with you even after you've stopped playing it," he said. "Regardless of which version you play, its host of hidden items and secrets, multiple difficulties, competitively balanced scoring system, and charismatic heroine make Bayonetta a game that will be revisited time and time again."
The last entry in the mainline Bayonetta series was 2014's Bayonetta 2, which was exclusive to the Wii U. Both games in the franchise have been made by Japanese studio Platinum Games. The studio's new RPG Scalebound was recently canceled.
Last year at E3, designer Hideki Kamiya said he has been thinking "a lot" about Bayonetta 3.
"We've talked a lot about it internally at the company and I've written some outlines for what the game would be. And I feel really confident it would be cool if we got the chance to make it," he said.