Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Devil It was only announced last night but in fact it really was Hidden inside Bayonetta 3 From the beginning, it just went unnoticed until now.
The revelation comes from Nintendo of America’s Chad Concelmo, who doesn’t go into detail about the consistency of this reference, perhaps so as not to run into pesky spoilers, but it does make us understand how Bayonetta 3, since its release, contains Easter eggs Which reveals the existence of the new game.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon was one of The Game Awards 2022’s surprises, as it was announced with a promotional offer, but PlatinumGames has clearly considered including a reference that would allow some hardcore gamers to spot it beforehand.
So, without going into details, it seems that inside Bayonetta 3 there is a teaser to play Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Devil, which can be unlocked by “collecting some collectibles”. We don’t know how the problem works, since the message simply refers to “certain objects”, but this should open a teaser that can be played from the new title just announced.
However, it seems that practically no one was able to find this secret in Bayonetta 3, or at least the question did not have much resonance, since Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon was practically a complete surprise to most users and the press.
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