The action classic will be a worthy comeback.

During last week’s The Game Awards Bayonetta 3 was announced alongside the news about releasing a Switch version of the first two titles in the series.

It appears that Bayonetta 2 for Nintendo’s console will have some very cool features to it. You can play the game with others via local, wireless co-op and Tag Climax, which was previously only available online, will be included. Players can also take part in online co-op. Video capture will also be supported.

Bayonetta 1 and 2 will be released on Switch on February 16.