Bayonetta Cosplayer Returns With More Lovely First Game Cosplay

Bayonetta Cosplayer Returns With More Lovely First Game Cosplay

The talented Bayonetta cosplayer known as luna released two more photosets of the Umbra witch's first outfit, celebrating the 10th anniversary.

Twitter user luna_miduki recently released even more batches of her gorgeous Bayonetta cosplay and both photosets posted on her account focus on the Umbra Witch’s original outfit from the first game. As always, she makes great use of her backgrounds to bring out the authenticity of the cosplay even more. And according to the hash tags, luna is using the cosplay to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Bayonetta:

https://twitter.com/luna_miduki/status/1194939755881889793

https://twitter.com/luna_miduki/status/1195338627909214210

If you want more amazing cosplays from her, check out this piece here, this piece, and this piece with her first batch of photos, her official Twitter account here, and her official profile of published cosplays here and here.

To celebrate the anniversary of the series, PlatinumGames and Hideki Kamiya reflect on the Bayonetta in a new blog post, as well as the reveal of new merchandise and a crossover event with iOS/Android game VALKYRIE ANATOMIA-THE ORIGIN. There also was some artwork created by Mari Shimazaki, the character designer for the Bayonetta series, and it does a great job of celebrating them and their designs from both games in the series.

Bayonetta 3 was first announced back in 2017 during the video game awards. Since then there’s been a small but promising trickle of news. Bayonetta 3 director Hideki Kamiya took to Twitter to delve into the IP and explain why the title is Nintendo Switch exclusive (hint: it’s because Nintendo funded it).

Later on, during a stage event at the Bitsummit Roadshow: Tokyo hosted at the Daikanyama Unit venue, Hideki Kamiya and Atsushi Inaba teased at its progress. According to them, everything is going well and they’re excited about what they’re doing with the game.

The latest news for the game comes from PlatinumGames’ studio head Atsushi Inaba. He stated that the title has seen a change in the design process when compared to the first two games. Inaba didn’t expand further on what this means specifically, but it’s definitely an interesting tidbit.

Meanwhile you can purchase both games on Nintendo Switch here, but not on the Wii U eShop as of now since Nintendo took said games off that store.


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