Bayonetta 3

How to Get Rodin Weapon & Demon in Bayonetta 3

How to Unlock Rodin Weapon & Demon in Bayonetta 3

Bayonetta 3 has been recently released, and players are helping the angel-hunting witch Bayonetta save the world from ruin. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to unlock Rodin Weapon & Demon in Bayonetta 3.

Where to Find Rodin Weapon & Demon in Bayonetta 3

The Rodin Weapon and Demon are available to you in Bayonetta 3 after you have progressed through a certain point in the game. If you want to know how to unlock Rodin Weapon & Demon, you’re in the right place. It might be a long process to get the items, but you will eventually get them in your game.

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The first step is to beat the game in its entirety. Once you have completed the game, you will get a new product added to the shop, which is called the Platinum Ticket.

For the next step, you will need to have a million seeds, which is one of the currencies used in Bayonetta 3. If you want to know how you can farm them quickly, you can check out our guide here: How to Get Seeds Quickly – Fastest Seed Farming Method in Bayonetta 3.

 Once you have the required amount of seeds, you can purchase the Platinum Ticket which costs a million seeds. 

The next step is to fight Rodin. You can do this on the Chapter Select page by selecting Devil’s Duel. The fight will begin, and it will be very difficult. However, you don’t actually have to win the battle to unlock Rodin. It will appear in the shop after you have lost a fair amount of times.

You will get a popup in the game that Rodin is available eventually. Once you get to the shop, you will find Rodin is available under Items for a million seeds. It’s time to get back to the grind for those seeds if you really want Rodin.

After getting another million, buy Rodin from the shop and now you have him.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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