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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Vergil’s Downfall
Bloody Palace Mode, the post-campaign 100-level, five-boss gauntlet, is now available for DmC Devil May Cry. The free download will be joined shortly by Vergil’s Downfall, though not quite as soon as expected. Dante’s brother will be setting out on his new adventure on March 5 for PC and PS3, and May 6 for 360. The digital add-on will include a new storyline, along with new enemies, weapons, combos, and locations, as well four difficulty levels.
Ninja Theory’s entry in the Devil May Cry series, DmC Devil May Cry, is now available for 360 and PS3. PC gamers will get their chance to take young Dante through the reimagined origin story on January 25 when DmC launches on various digital outlets. The 100-level Bloody Palace Mode will be available shortly as free DLC, while Vergil’s Downfall, a pack offering a new chapter as well as new weapons and combos, will be available for purchase at the end of next month.
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.