Devil May Cry 5 Gets First Screenshots and Details; Coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC

After the announcement at Microsoft's E3 press conference, Capcom revealed the first screenshots and details of Devil May Cry 5.

on June 10, 2018 6:19 PM

Following the reveal at Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference, Capcom reached out with a press release with the first information and plenty of visual assets of the newly-announced Devil May Cry 5.

First of all, we get an overview of the game with a description of what we can expect for this new chapter of the Devil May Cry series.

“A brand new entry in the legendary over-the-top action series comes to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC in Spring 2019, complete with its signature blend of high-octane stylized action and otherworldly and original characters the series is known for. Director Hideaki Itsuno and the core team have reunited to create the most over the top, technically advanced, utterly insane action experience of this generation.

Years have passed since the legions of hell have set foot in this world, but now a new demonic invasion has begun, and humanity’s last hope will rest in the hands of three lone demon hunters, each offering a radically different play style. United by fate and a thirst for vengeance, these demon hunters will have to face their demons in the hope to survive.”

Following is the feature list, promising gameplay that fans of the series will love:

  • 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.

Last, but certainly not least, below you can enjoy the first screenshots, beautiful character artwork showcasing Nero and Nico, and the official box art, alongside the key artwork.

The game will come in spring 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. At the moment it appears that it’s only single player, and of course, it’ll release both physically and digitally.

If you want to reserve your copy, the game is already available for pre-order on Amazon.

Of course, this is just one of the many reveals from today’s Xbox press briefing. You can check out everything else in the livestream directly from Microsoft.


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