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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Devil May Cry
A new demo has launched on Live and PSN for Capcom and Ninja Theory’s DmC Devil May Cry. The demo features two levels, a boss fight with a Succubus, an unlockable difficulty level (Son of Sparda), and access to several weapons, including the Rebellion, Arbiter, and Osiris.
DmC Devil May Cry’s first post-release DLC pack will be giving Dante’s brother some time to shine with Vergil’s Downfall. The new chapter will feature a new storyline, weapons, enemies, and locations. The downloadable drop—Capcom notes that the content is not on the disc—will be available on Live Marketplace and PSN for 720 MS Points/$8.99, and for free for gamers who pre-order the game at GameStop.
Capcom’s major announcements—Resident Evil 6, Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set—were all made well before E3. However, they still had plenty to show with new shots of DmC Devil May Cry, Lost Planet 3, Resident Evil 6, and Street Fighter X Tekken for Vita.
The Devil May Cry series will be returning next year with the launch of DmC Devil May Cry on January 15 for 360 and PS3, and later in the year for PC. The Ninja Theory-developed entry will take place in Dante’s younger days but, in an anachronistic twist, will be set today. Capcom, who is assisting with development, are promising “stylish action, fluid combat” for “a more brutal and visceral edge to the franchise.”
Devil May Cry fans can now play through the trilogy in high definition with the release of Devil May Cry HD Collection for the 360 and PS3. The set includes support for achievements and trophies, as well as a bonus section featuring exclusive artwork.
Capcom is jumping in the HD collection fray with Dante and company’s Devil May Cry HD Collection for the 360 and PS3. The collection includes HD-ified versions of the first three titles: Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2, and Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening Special Edition. There will also be unspecified bonus content and support for achievements and trophies.