Vanquish And Bayonetta 4K 60fps Remasters Leaked For Xbox One [Update]

Two of the best games of the past decade are coming to PS4 and Xbox One.


Update: Sega has now officially confirmed the Vanquish and Bayonetta bundle, along with its February 18 release date. As expected, it's not just coming to Xbox One, but also PS4 when it arrives next year. In addition to being available digitally, there will be a physical version of the bundle that includes a steelbook case. The original story follows.

Earlier today, a listing on the Microsoft Store let slip that Vanquish is coming to Xbox One. Now, further listings have revealed that both Vanquish and Bayonetta are coming to the console with enhanced 4K visuals at 60fps on Xbox One X. The frenetic PlatinumGames action titles will be available separately or as part of a celebratory 10th-anniversary bundle on February 18, 2020.

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Details are sparse, and no prices are currently showing on the store, but the listing does note that both games are remastered for the first time on Xbox One. Bayonetta and Vanquish were, of course, originally released on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at the beginning of the decade, and have been available to play via Xbox One's backwards compatibility for a while now. Neither game is enhanced for Xbox One X, though, so these new releases fill in that gap by bumping the resolution up to 4K at 60fps with some other visual upgrades.

In all likelihood, the two action titles have been ported from their belated 2017 PC releases, which both support the same visual enhancements. The screenshots included on the Microsoft store page are even identical to those put out prior to the PC version's launch.

With both games seemingly on their way to Xbox One, it wouldn't be too farfetched to suggest PlayStation 4 versions are on the horizon, too.

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