Devil May Cry Director Says His New Project Is Going Well; Apologizes for not Announcing at E3

Devil May Cry Director Says His New Project Is Going Well; Apologizes for not Announcing at E3

Hideaki Itsuno director of Devil May Cry 4, once again teases his current project.

Hideaki Itsuno, the director of the beloved Devil May Cry series, took to Twitter this morning to apologize for remaining silent over the course of E3. The good news? He also reassured fans that his next project is “progressing smoothly.”

Fans went wild, replying with various Devil May Cry gifs and hopes that this unannounced project is Devil May Cry 5, Dragon’s Dogma 2, Sengoku Basara 5, or Rival Schools 3.

Hideaki Itsuno annnounced that he was working on this new project at the start of 2017.

Itsuno worked on Devil May Cry 2-4, the last of which released in 2008 and remastered in 2015.