Ray tracing has previously been confirmed for PS5 and Xbox Series X.
Capcom recently revealed the several graphical options that will be available to players in Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition when it launches on next-gen consoles next month. Both the PS5 and Xbox Series X will offer up to 120 FPS gameplay, but those looking for sharper visuals, you can play at either 4K/30 FPS or 1080p/60 FPS with ray tracing enabled (ray tracing will become available on the Xbox Series X in a post-launch update).
Of course, that still leaves the question of what players can expect from the game on the Xbox Series S. In a recent update, Capcom clarified that though Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition on the Xbox Series S will have several enhancements – including faster load times, spatial audio, up to 120 FPS gameplay, and all the new content – ray tracing won’t be one of them. That feature will be restricted to the Xbox Series X and PS5.
Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition is out for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on November 10 and for PS5 on November 12. Capcom currently seem to have no plans to bring it to PC.