Bayonetta Nendoroid

Bayonetta Nendoroid Will Dance Onto the Scene Next Year

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Good Smile Company will release a Bayonetta Nendoroid in July 2021 for North America and June 2021 for other regions. Pre-orders are currently open and will close on December 10, 2020. The Nendoroid will be available to purchase to international consumers through their respective online portals. The Bayonetta Nendoroid will cost $69.99.

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This miniature figurine comes with three different face plates, two left and right arm parts, two left hand parts, and three right hand, right leg, and left leg parts. Additional accessories include her quad-wielded handguns, combat effects parts, a Bloody Rose lollipop, and translucent sheet butterfly wings.

Good Smile Company mentions that this Nendoroid cannot stand on its own and will require the use of the included stand to pose properly.

You can take a look at the Nendoroid below:

As you can see, the Nendoroid has all of the detail found on Bayonetta’s outfit from the first game. This includes the intricate detailing of the rose pattern on her leather bodysuit.

Bayonetta 3 is currently in development. Replicas of Bayonetta’s Scarborough Fair Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme guns are in development and will be available to pre-order sometime soon.

Bayonetta was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in October 2009. The stylish action game subsequently received a PC port in 2017, a Switch port in February 2018, and a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One port in February 2020.

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