- Sam Gideon and the Umbra Witch return in the Bayonetta and Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle
- Available February 18, 2020; pre-order today on the Microsoft Store
- Both Bayonetta and Vanquish will be enhanced for Xbox One X
10 years after their original debut, Sam Gideon and the Umbra Witch return once more in the Bayonetta and Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle on Xbox One. It’s out on February 18, 2020 and you can pre-order it today on the Microsoft Store.
Get ready to tear through countless hordes of enemies in two of gaming’s most celebrated (and stylish) cult-classic action games from PlatinumGames. Both Bayonetta and Vanquish will get the remaster treatment and will be enhanced for Xbox One X with 4K resolution and brisk 60fps gameplay.
Return of the Umbra Witch
In Bayonetta, experience the start of the classic series when the tantalizing Umbra Witch rises from the depths after half a millennium of slumber with no recollection of her mysterious past. Immediately thrust into battle, she must vanquish her countless enemies to piece together the truth.
Take advantage of Bayonetta’s arsenal of skills including
shapeshifting into various animal forms, summoning demons with her hair, and
exercising her mastery of the bullet arts. Hack, slash, and open fire upon
hordes of celestial foes in this wickedly charming action-packed adventure.
Save the Planet
Enter the sci-fi world of Vanquish where an
overpopulated Earth, suffocating under limited resources, looks to the
solar-powered space colony of Providence for support. But when Providence is
suddenly taken over by a mutinous group and its technology is used to devastate
cities, it’s up to a specially trained unit of space marines to reclaim the
Equipped with BLADE, the experimental weapon system that can
scan, copy, and save up to three existing weapons, DARPA agent Sam Gideon must
infiltrate Providence, defeat legions of future-tech foes, and disable the
energy transmitter threatening life on Earth.
Pre-order the Bayonetta and Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle today on the Microsoft Store and stay tuned here to Xbox Wire for the latest news on your favorite Xbox games.
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