bayonetta 3 art book

Bayonetta 3 Art Book is Available Now

Kadokawa Game Linkage released an art book of Bayonetta 3. The book has 384 pages and consists of character art, CG, background settings, image boards, and more. It also contains comments from the development staff in regards to the process behind designing Bayonetta 3. [Thanks, Dengeki Online!]

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Other than information on how PlatinumGames designed the character and setting, the Bayonetta 3 art book consists of data from the early stages of development. For example, you can check out the first draft of the conceptual art, as well as details for stages that did not make it into the final game. There are lyrics (both Japanese and English) for songs from Bayonetta 3 as well.

For each character, you can look at how their outfit looks from various angles. There is also their profile, as well as beta designs. It is very likely that it will be similar to the Cheshire video Platinum Games released, in which the the development team discusses how it went about bringing the character to life.

The Bayonetta 3 art book costs 3,850 JPY. That is approximately $29.60. Because you can purchase the book via Amazon, international customers can buy it as well. There is also an eBook version if you do not need a physical copy. However, only Ebten offers the DX pack set. If you buy the art book as part of the pack, you also get an A2 tapestry, Viola stickers, and eight acrylic stands.

You can purchase the Bayonetta 3 art book via Amazon, and Bayonetta 3 is readily available for the Nintendo Switch.

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