Devil May Cry 5 is a hack-and-slash action title developed and published by Capcom.
It is the fifth mainline instalment in the Devil May Cry series, and continues the plot of Devil May Cry 4, treating the Ninja Theory-developed DmC: Devil May Cry as an alternate story.
Capcom's 2019 action title Devil May Cry 5 has crossed another sales milestone, with over 5 million units sold worldwide.
Along with maintaining strong frame rate performance, image quality for the 2019 title is also fairly good on Valve's portable PC handheld.
Peter Fabiano has been a producer on the likes of Resident Evil 7, 2, Village, and Devil May Cry 5.
Meanwhile, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy crosses 1 million sales.
The anti-hero comes to the original vanilla release.
Another video from Japanese artist HYDE.
Vergil, Legendary Dark Knight Mode and 120 FPS gameplay arrive this week for next-gen consoles.
The alpha and the omega.
Beowulf and Miracle Edge rip apart foes while the Concentration Bar is detailed.
A very brief look at the Beowulf gauntlets.
Just a little over a month after Special Edition launches for next-gen consoles.
Ray tracing has previously been confirmed for PS5 and Xbox Series X.
4K/30 FPS or 1080p/60 FPS with ray-tracing enabled.
The game will launch digitally alongside next gen consoles.
Watch more real-time gameplay footage from some of PS5's upcoming launch titles.
As opposed to roughly 22 seconds on PS4.
Astro's Playroom gameplay also shown off.
You will also get all the previous content from the previous release.
We'll get our first extended look at the show.
The developer says they are optimizing for next generation consoles.
There is a lot going on here.
Ray-tracing will also be disabled in Turbo, Legendary Dark Knight, and High Framerate modes.
The enhanced edition will be available for Xbox Series consoles and PS5 in November.
Devil trigger pulled, millions of times.
They plan for that to be 90% in the coming years.
Devil May Cry 5 sold 3.1 million units, the highest in the series' history.
Okami HD, Mega Man 11, and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection also hit 1 million units sold.
Bring back Dino Crisis already.
The action franchise is back and coming for more.
The stylish part of the game has some real life influences.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Ape Out, and more coming later.
Capcom's 2019 megatons are continuing to perform very well commercially.
An announcement might be coming in soon.
The Japanese company is firing on all cylinders.
Meanwhile, Monster Hunter World continues to chug along as well.
Matt Walker says the game's director has moved on from DMC5.
Resident Evil 2 also helped drive business performance for this past quarter.
Producer Matt Walker says Capcom's action title won't be receiving any new content going forward.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Devil May Cry 5 both make it into the top five.
Please be Dragon’s Dogma 2 or a new Rival Schools.
Play as Nero, V, or Dante and battle through floors of tough enemies.
Director Hideaki Itsuno recently announced the figure at GDC 2019.
Meanwhile, GTA 5 refuses to die and sees yet another surge in sales.
Traverse through 100 floors of increasingly tougher challenges in the free update.
Over 100k Devil Triggers were pulled in Japan last week.
Left Alive sold less than 1,000 units.
A whole lot of Devil May Cry fans are going to be very, very happy.
Capcom could bring their latest action title to Nintendo's hybrid platform.
That’s a sentiment that is REALLY hard to argue with.
Kiss kiss bang bang.
The man with the devil breaker is ready to eat some demons for breakfast.
Those living in Europe and Asia can start playing on March 7th at 4 PM PST.
"If I could, I'd love to make Dragon's Dogma 2," says Hideaki Itsuno.
Learn more about the series' history and the events that led to the upcoming sequel.
The "last" trailer for the highly anticipated sequel features some pretty hefty spoilers.
"I'm one of those guys that always, I want to play everything on Switch," says producer Matt Walker.
Capcom's action title receives high praises from Famitsu.
This is legitimately surprising, given Capcom usually has post launch-support for all its titles.
Hideaki Itsuno is hopeful that Devil May Cry 5 will follow in the footsteps of recent breakout titles by Capcom.
Time to start tweeting and petitioning Capcom to bring the DMC series to Switch, folks.
Dragon's Dogma was his biggest success, but DMC5 took the most effort, says Hideaki Itsuno.
The demo has yet to go live for Xbox One and PS4 players in the United States.
According to SteamDb, the release date has seemingly been moved up.
More characters might also be added if there is demand from players.
PS4 gets to join in on the fun with this new demo, but PC players still get left out.
Watch V and his three demons make quick work of the opposition.
The Bloody Palace also returns as a free update, due in April 2019.
The popular "Devil Trigger" will be performed by Casey and Ali Edwards.
More gameplay will be showcased at the upcoming Game Awards 2018.
Director Hideaki Itsuno also discusses how certain moves and abilities are priced.
An Intel Core i7-4770, 3.4GHz with 8 GB RAM will be necessary, even at minimum specs.
Capcom also finally reveals who the third playable character is.
More Devil May Cry is, to be fair, exactly what we all want.
Devil May Cry 5 is looking exactly like the game we've all been waiting for.
The newest trailer showcases bosses, Nero's skills, and some gameplay of Dante.
Only 10 days to go, people!
"The project was born because of what the fans want."
Capcom reveals its financial earnings for the first quarter of fiscal year 2018.
"Itsuno-san himself has explicitly stated that in his mind, DmC is just as important as any of the other titles in the series, and he’s just as proud of it."
Capcom Germany has announced that both titles will be playable at the Xbox booth.
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We won't have to wait long for the next Devil May Cry.
Screenshots from the trailer offer closer look at the amazing visuals.
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Could the long-awaited sequel finally be announced?
The time has come and...
t comes as Capcom announced recently that any new IPs from the company would be made in-house in Japan, with any western studios being brought in to do sequels. This would help strengthen the DMC rumo...