Beowulf and Miracle Edge rip apart foes while the Concentration Bar is detailed.
New PS5 gameplay footage for Capcom’s Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition has begun circulating courtesy of various publications and it’s all focused on Vergil. The newest playable character is showcased with his various weapons – including the Beowulf and Miracle Edge (aka Force Edge). Check out Game Informer’s coverage below.
Vergil’s moves are a thing to behold, especially when unleashing his Devil Trigger to summon a doppelganger to tear through foes. But his core gimmick is the Concentration Bar, which fills when standing still or walking. This will allow for unleashing unique attacks as it fills up – taking damage or running reduces it. As such, you’re encouraged to be methodical and precise as Vergil.
Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition is out on November 10th for Xbox Series X/S and November 12th for PS5. Along with Vergil, it offers several unique features like Legendary Dark Knight Mode for upping the number of enemies, 120 FPS support and ray-tracing. Ray-tracing will be exclusive to the PS5 version at launch and arriving later for Xbox Series X.