Devil May Cry 5
New gameplay for the Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition is here to give us a look how Virgil will flow in this version of Devil May Cry
One of the bigger titles that we know will be coming to the PS5 and Xbox Series X will be the Special Edition for Devil May Cry 5. All of the updates and usual fair we can expect out of Capcom for this one will be there, but now we get to see it in the flow a bit more. More so if we want to take a look at how Virgil will be fighting in this version of Devil May Cry 5 and the extra difficulty modes we can expect to fight through. That being the Legendary Dark Knight mode that looks to just flood us with so many enemies to boost our style ranking.
You also get to see here a few of the changes that are coming to the character in Devil May Cry 5 with the use of the concentration system to make attacks hit harder and faster. It is the change-up from the normal demon form we know from the past, but that is not lost in the character. It just comes through in a different way and button pressing. All of which still looks a bit chaotic when the fighting starts up, but this is the Devil May Cry franchise, so this is just how it is always going to be here. Have a look at it all below and get ready to see all of this in your hands next week. If you so choose to at least.
Devil May Cry 5 — Special Edition — Legendary Dark Knight Mode
One of the new features in the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition is Legendary Dark Knight difficulty: A mode that increases the number of on-screen enemies to near musou levels.
Check out more than 9 minutes of PS5 4K gameplay of Legendary Dark Knight Mode in DMC5: Special Edition. Also available on Xbox Series X|S.
What do you think about all of this for Devil May Cry 5 and will it bring you back to play the game yet again? Does it look like it will give us enough to keep playing all of the various new modes here or will it be a one and done again? Is it a little too chaotic for your tastes or does it all feel like it is flowing perfectly fine for the player base? Let us have those thoughts and feelings down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. If there is more for Devil May Cry in general, we will share it all here. Be sure to keep checking back for all of that and much more.