Bayonetta Origins Demo Kicks Off Cereza’s Story, Shows Accessibility Features

Bayonetta Origins Demo Kicks Off Cereza’s Story, Shows Accessibility Features

People will get a chance to try the new Bayonetta Origins spin-off game via a free demo. Nintendo and PlatinumGames announced a trial is available now. This sample starts from the beginning of the game. It also offers a chance for people to test the Bayonetta Origins accessibility features.

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Nintendo noted that the Bayonetta Origins demo covers the beginning of the game. This means people can go through the first two chapters, which explain where Cereza is living and training, why she heads into the Avalon Forest, how she meets the lost demo Cheshire, and the first part of their journey together. Save data will transfer over to the full game.

There’s a new trailer as well, which shows a hint at things to come in those first two chapters.

Nintendo also shared a screenshot of the Bayonetta Origins accessibility menu in the options. People can determine how much damage Cereza will take from enemy attacks, with some options involving taking less or no damage. You can select magic usage to determine how much is used. You can change Cheshire’s combo/champ to tap or hold. Enemy strength can be set. You can manually input Cereza’s rhythm-based witch pulse or have it automatically perform while you hold a button. It is also possible to have a Guiding Light appear to lead you to central safe sanctuaries with save points.

Bayonetta Origins Demo Kicks Off Cereza’s Story, Shows Accessibility Features

Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon will release on March 17, 2023 for the Nintendo Switch.


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