Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Bayonetta 3 Director Explains Game’s New Devil Monster Ability

Following the release of the Bayonetta 3 gameplay on the latest Nintendo Direct, Director Yusuke Miyata delves a little deeper into one of the trailer’s new mechanics, the Demon Slave.

New abilities seen around two and a half minutes in the video below allow players to control the devil and take part in monster-like battles. Game combat.

“Unlike the climax summons of previous games that automatically defeated enemies and returned to Inferno, this mechanic allows players to control the devil and unleash a host of intuitive actions during gameplay.” Says Miyata.

“Each demon has different abilities, and the types of abilities that are advantageous in a particular situation can change at any time. How many? What else can I do? Well, what I want to tell you is There’s a lot more, but I have to stop here for now, but the trailer hides a lot of information that wasn’t here, so take a look again until the next announcement. “

During the trailer, new abilities allow Bayonetta to control a variety of different monsters used to defeat enemy monsters. Bayonetta can be seen using demon-slave mechanics in various areas of the game, including fierce battles with horrific spiders. Trigger a warning. This happens around the 3 minute mark on the clip above.

In the rest of the trailer, fans were able to get a glimpse of Bayonetta 3’s upcoming battle area, including an empty subway train and a huge battle scene across a collapsing skyscraper. In the final shot of the trailer, fans could easily see what appeared to be Devil May Cry’s Vergil. With speculation flying around a fleeting cameo, it’s certainly hard to ignore the character’s resemblance to a DMC demon-human hybrid.

Bayonetta 3 will be released on the Nintendo Switch in 2022. For more information on Nintendo Direct last night, check out all the overviews announced at the event.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..