Bayonetta 2 will introduce a two -player mode that sits separately from the main campaign, it's emerged at a Nintendo E3 2013 presentation. How exactly it'll work - be that online or off, competitive or co-operative - has yet to be detailed.

What's slightly clearer is how Bayonetta 2 will play, with Platinum's over-the-top brawler breaking cover during Nintendo's Direct presentation earlier today.

There's more aerial combat, and a handful of new animal forms. Plus, more importantly, Bayonetta herself is sporting a new, cropped hairstyle.

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