Bayonetta 3

How to Equip and Switch Weapons in Bayonetta 3

How to Switch and Equip Weapons in Bayonetta 3

With Bayonetta 3, you’ll be playing an action-adventure game that’s exclusive to Nintendo Switch. Umbra Witch Bayonetta is a powerful witch who fights against light and summons demons from battle to assist her in chaotic battles.

You can use a wide variety of weapons to fight enemies in Bayonetta 3 as you explore the numerous worlds. There are a lot of armaments available, but it is slightly more challenging to figure out what makes each one different. You should have several types at your disposal to switch between them quickly, if necessary, during combat. Equipping and switching weapons in Bayonetta 3 becomes unbelievably simple as soon as you figure out this strategy.

Let’s see in this guide, how to equip and switch weapons in Bayonetta 3.

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How to Equip Weapons?

There are eleven weapons you can unlock and equip at once. To do this, 

  • Press “-” to open Sub Menu. 
  • Now press R to go to the Equipments Tab.
  • Select a weapon from the Weapon Tab by pressing A. 
  • Repeat the process for the other weapon slot- but remember to save before returning to the weapon selection menu.
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How to Switch Weapons?

You can switch between the two weapons during battle by pressing L on your Nintendo Switch for instant changes. You don’t have to finish using a weapon before switching it out for another, which will allow you to make all sorts of different combos and attack patterns.

This sums up our guide on how to switch and equip weapons in Bayonetta 3. Check our other guides to get more updates on the game. 

Anjali Patel
I am a political science graduate and turned my hobby into a passion. When I am not writing, I am playing games. I love games that revolve around the main “Hero” character. My love for COD started when I was 18 and since then it has been growing. Other games that I love are Assasin’s Creed, Grand Theft Auto V. Currently building an affair with the story-based games.

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