Get your inner Devil’s ready to make some havoc and Slash some nasty Demons. Developed and Published by Capcom, Devil May Cry 5 finally launches worldwide today on March 8th, 2019, for the Xbox one, PS4, and the PC.
At first glance, the game looks amazing. You get to beat up some demons in this Hack-and-Slash, Shoot ‘Em Up, Action Game. Play with any one of the three playable characters. There is
Nero from DMC 4, the good old loved Dante, and the new mysterious character V. Each character has a different fighting style giving the players some choice in their playstyle for once, which is a very welcome change and truly will be appreciated by the players of the game.
Nero is the main protagonist of Devil May Cry 5 continuing after the events of DMC 4, Nero now runs a mobile Devil May Cry branch and is a professional demon hunter all thanks to his uncle, Dante. Speaking of Dante, he is loved by fans of the series with his stylish and care-free personality and it shows in the trailers. I personally was very hyped to see Dante return as a playable character. The new character V is very mysterious in personality, popping up out of nowhere. Players will most definitely be itching to find out more about this V character as they play the game, introducing a curiosity element to the character.
In addition to the normal edition of Devil May Cry 5, a Deluxe Edition is also released today. It features four alternate devil breaker weapons for Nero, a motorcycle weapon variant for Dante, alternate style rank and title screen announcers. In addition to the gameplay elements, the Deluxe Edition also includes live-action cutscenes and classic battle theme music options. There is also an update already confirmed for the game that will add the bloody palace mode that fans all love. The update will be free and all future content will be DLC free, that means Ubisoft will add any and all content to the game free for everyone which is surprising considering Capcom’s obsession with DLC’s
The trailers up to this point have truly been hype-worthy and everyone has been eager to play the full game, potentially making this one of the most waited games of 2019. Old fans of the Devil May Cry series have been waiting for a true sequel to Devil May Cry 4 that released way back in Early 2008. Initially, they got a Devil May Cry Reboot in 2013 but, the game was in a completely different setting which caused some criticism from the fans. Regardless, fans have waited more than a decade for a true successor to continue the series and they have finally got what they wanted