Devil May Cry 5 To Make Playable Debut Next Week At Gamescom
Devil May Cry 5 is one of the most anticipated titles launching in the first few months of 2019, but it won’t take long for some lucky players to finally get their hands on the Capcom action title.
Devil May Cry 5 director Hideaki Itsuno confirmed a few hours ago that the team is done working on the Gamescom 2018 demo, which will be playable. The game wasn’t playable at the E3 2018, making the Gamescom 2018 demo the first one ever made available to the public.
Demo version for gamescom2018 is completed! 10 days to the world's first playable! pic.twitter.com/dlctQwIIPr
— Hideaki Itsuno (@tomqe) August 13, 2018
Devil May Cry 5 is setting out to be a huge game, with massive bosses and the high-speed action the series is known for.
• Legendary action series returns – The 16 million unit selling series is back with original Director Hideaki Itsuno at the helm of development. • A battle of good and evil – A demonic invasion begins with the seeds of a “demon tree” taking root in Red Grave City. This hellish incursion attracts the attention of the young demon hunter, Nero, an ally of Dante who now finds himself without his demonic arm, the source of much of his power. The supernatural family drama also continues as Dante, the Son of Sparda, seeks revenge for his brother’s corruption and mother’s murder.
• High octane stylized action – Featuring three playable characters each with a radically different stylish combat play style as they take on the city overrun with demons. • Groundbreaking graphics – Developed with Capcom’s in-house proprietary RE engine, the series continues to achieve new heights in fidelity with graphics that utilize photorealistic character designs and stunning lighting and environmental effects.
• Take down the demonic invasion – Battle against epic bosses in adrenaline fueled fights across the over-run Red Grave City.
• Demon hunter – Nero, one of the series main protagonists and a young demon hunter who has the blood of Sparda, heads to Red Grave City to face the hellish onslaught of demons, with weapons craftswoman and new partner-in-crime, Nico.
Devil May Cry 5 launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One early next year.