Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition Will Cost Between $5,300-$8,000

The price of Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition will depend on your choice of jacket, for V, Nero, and Dante's costume are all available for a hefty sum.

on October 22, 2018 5:55 PM

Capcom Japan has revealed three Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition selections, each with a “Master Model Replica Costume” of either Nero, Dante, or V’s costume.

V’s edition will cost ¥ 600,000 (yen) or $5,318.39 USD. Nero’s will cost ¥ 750,000 or $6,648.00. Lastly, and most expensive, is series protagonist Dante whose Ultra Limited Edition will cost ¥ 900,000 or $7,977.59.

Each jacket was produced for the 3D scanning system used in Devil May Cry 5, which essentially digitizes the actual costume, similar to facial and motion capture. They are now part of the Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition as luxury items for those who have the funds and desire to dress up just like Nero, Dante, and V do in-game. The costumes are only the tops, no other parts will be included with your purchase. While the costume may appear damaged that was intentional due to the setting of the game and are considered a feature and not actual damage. The costumes are only one size so you will want to measure your body before ordering and expecting the costume to fit. Each  Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition will come with a copy of the game for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Reservations are currently being taken by emailing Capcom at “support_e-capcom@capcom.com” and will run from today, October 22 to Monday, November 19, 2018 at 10 A.M.

For the cheaper limited edition you can grab a copy of the game along with a E-Capcom Limited edition “classic work shirt” for ¥ 11,852 or $105.06. This shirt includes two front pockets, the Devil May Cry title in cursive, and the wings logo on the back. Just purchasing the shirt will run up to ¥ 7,222 or $64.02.

Replacement jackets for the game case will also be available, beginning with an original design by Shinkiro (Toshiaki Mori) a illustrator who previously worked with SNK and is currently with Capcom. His jacket design is the first to be revealed, and two more are coming in at a later date: one by illustrator Daigo Ikeno and another by graphic designer Chika Sanada. These will come with those who are among the first to purchase a copy of the game from E-Capcom. Another bonus is the EX Color Pack that introduces new costume colors for Dante, Nero, Nico, trish, Lady, and NPCs. This color pack is available to those who pre-order Devil May Cry 5.

A full image gallery of the Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition jackets, as well as their measurements, can be found below. Devil May Cry 5 will be launching on March 8th, 2019, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC with pre-orders currently available via Amazon.

 /  Staff Writer
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