As you may recall, Bayonetta 3 there’s a “Naive Angel Mode” – allowing players to switch between more or less revealing character costumes. If you’re playing a certain way and are curious to see what the other version looks like, you’re in luck.
GameXplain put together a video showing off some moments from the third entry to see how much “Innocent Angel Mode” really censors the main Umbra Witch. At first glance, it doesn’t seem like that much, but there are some scenes where she’s covered up a lot more clearly.
PlatinumGames via Twitter – “Relax, the witch is back and sexier than ever. We’ve added the revolutionary “Innocent Angel Mode” to Bayonetta 3 so more people can enjoy it to the fullest. By With this on, you can play right in your living room without worrying about what’s on the screen…we think “
After the reveal of Naive Angel Mode, there was much speculation and even some theories about Nintendo asking for less skin on screen, but that’s clearly not the case.
Bayonetta creator Hideki Kamiya previously mentioned that Nintendo never asked for such a thing and the only time they got involved was when they thought Bayonetta Legend of Zelda Link-themed outfits should really be a bit than revealing.