Bayonetta Comes On Separate Disc With Bayonetta 2 For Wii U Gamer

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Nintendo has finally detailed exactly how will arrive in its retail and digital package with on the Wii U. It’s a lot simpler than you may have originally thought.

Nintendo Everything reached out to Nintendo of America and they received a pretty straightforward response in regards to how the first game will be distributed with the sequel.

Apparently there will simply be a second disc in the retail box and a digital download code available with digital purchases.

That’s it. That’s all.

So if you go to purchase the game from your local retailer or you have the game pre-ordered, you’ll automatically get right in there with . No worries about trying to fiddle with this or hobnob that, all you have to do is take the disc out of the package, place it into your Wii U… and play it.

According to Nintendo Everything, the process will be just as painless and equally as simple for those living in PAL territories, too.

So let’s recap: You buy a game and it comes with a free game.

Is that clear enough? Excellent. Now all that’s left is for to launch. It’s a good thing that the wait time won’t be for too long, as you’ll see the game on store shelves and on the eShop this October. Need more info? Pay a visit to the official website.

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