We’re quite close to the launch of Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, which will hit the shelves on June 23rd, and today Capcom released a new batch of screenshots.
The screenshots showcase, among other things, Super Dante and Super Nero, and something quite interesting: by entering a specific series of inputs with your controller (basically like we used to do with cheat codes back in the day), you can revert the settings back to the original, since the remastered version has been revised in its balance.
That will also change the color of the logo in the start splash screen, and exclusively for the PS4 version, it will also change the color of the logo that will appear on the screenshots taken with the share button. That way you can display what version you’re playing when you share your screenshots on social media.
Quite a nice little touch, isn’t it?