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.
Whether you're a demon hunter or samurai, March is full of big names.
"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.
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.
Just to be clear though, this doesn’t mean they want to annualized their franchises.
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.