Devil May Cry 5 Gamescom Demo Gets First Details; Resident Evil 2 Also Playable

Gamescom attendees will be able to try Devil May Cry 5 and the Resident Evil 2 remake at the Xbox booth, and today we learn more.

on July 23, 2018 12:03 PM

Today Capcom Germany announced on its official blog that both Devil May Cry 5 and the Resident Evil 2 remake will be playable at Gamescom in Cologne.

To be precise, both games will be featured at the Xbox booth in hall 8 of the venue.

We get more info on the Devil May Cry 5 demo, which will be playable for the first time at the event. It will feature Nero, and it will be set on the streets of Red Grave City.

Game Director Hideaki Itsuno himself will be present at Gamescom and he will be available to sign autographs, with more details on this coming down the line.

Gamescom will be held in Cologne, Germany, between August 21st and August 25th, and DualShockers will be at the venue ready to bring you all the juicy details.

If you’re not able to attend Gamescom, Resident Evil 2 will also be playable at EGX Berlin in September.

If you want to see and learn more about Devil May Cry 5you can check out the announcement trailerthe first screenshots and details from E3 2018, and quite a few details shared recently. The game will come to PS4, Xbox One, and PC  in the spring of 2019.

If you’re interested in Resident Evil 2, you can enjoy some recent gameplay the announcement trailer, the first screenshots and details on top of more info from SDCC. You can also watch another video directly from E3 2018, and read our hands-on preview.

The game will release on January 25th, 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can already pre-order the game and the Deluxe Edition on Amazon.

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