Let’s Get This Party Started! Devil May Cry 5 is coming back and better than ever on next-gen consoles later this year! This will take the game’s super smooth gameplay and ramp it up with all kinds of enhancements and new features!
Devil May Cry 5 will be taking advantage of next-gen hardware’s ray tracing capabilities, and will also allow for ultra realistic lighting and shadows. The game’s resolution will max at 4K 30FPS, but can be altered to run at a lesser resolution at an insane 120FPS instead! No matter what your preference is, the visual improvements of this upgraded version will be very noticeable and reflect the power of next-gen hardware.
The special edition also includes some awesome new content, including a new Turbo Mode which will allow you to play at 1.2x the speed; effectively making the gameplay as insane as ever! For those looking for a bigger challenge, the new Legendary Dark Knight mode is being added to the game; where each encounter will be amped up with multiple times the enemies compared to usual.
Perhaps the most exciting addition to the next-gen special edition is that Vergil will now be a playable character! While this he will only available for the next-gen consoles at first, he will also be available as a $6 DLC on older consoles as well.
The Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition will be available digitally at launch for the next-gen consoles November 2020. To learn more about the special edition and other related info, visit their official website and Twitter page!
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