‘Bayonetta’ PC Port Issues Fixed; Steam Features Cloud Save, Achievements, Trading Cards, Big Picture Mode, Leaderboards Supported
"Bayonetta," the video game released in 2009 on PS3 and Xbox 360 and in 2014 on the Wii U in 2017 has been ported to PC after years of fan demand. The PC version was unveiled exclusively on Steam. The PC porting gets fixed for letterboxing in resolutions besides 16:9.
"Bayonetta" Hinted on Steam Before Release
Previously, "Bayonetta" arrived on Steam as an adorable 8-bit and an announcement that the game was coming on April 11. Steam got the download copy of "Bayonetta" for PC exclusively with a price tag of $19.99. The latest version of the game features a number of graphics upgrade as "Bayonetta" now supports 4k resolution. Furthermore, the game now boasts a refresh rate of 60fps.
"Bayonetta" supports loads of features including Steam cloud saves, Steam achievements, trading cards, the Big Picture Mode and leaderboards. In addition, "Bayonetta" fans who purchase the game before April 25 will also receive the costly Digital Deluxe Edition with no extra cost. This edition includes a five-song sampler of the game's soundtrack along with a digital artbook with wallpapers and exclusive avatars, Shack News reported.
For the unaware, "Bayonetta" is the creation of legendary director Hideki Kamiya, the mind behind "Devil May Cry" and "Resident Evil 2." The protagonist was entombed and revived 500 years later to battle against angelic hordes. It is expected that Platinum Games will be porting more titles on PC which may include "Anarchy Reigns" and "Vanquish."
"Bayonetta" Fan Fixed Gaming Flaws
In other news, the PC version of "Bayonetta" has been flawed with some issues including letterboxing for other resolutions than 16:9. Recently, user jackfuste unveiled a fix for the said issue by stretching the HUD. The same user also centered the HUD for an improved gaming experience.
"Bayonetta" PC features over-the-top action in the game's extreme environments for a high-tension game. Players may also switch to Japanese voice overs and titles, WCCF Tech reported. The PC version also features shadow quality, scalable texture, SSAO lighting, anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering.