Capcom announce an earlier than expected released date for Devil May Cry 5.
Devil May Cry 5 will be released on March 8, 2019, for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, Capcom announced today.
The release date announcement came during Microsoft’s Inside Xbox show at this year’s Gamescom expo, and was accompanied by a brand new trailer.
The new footage shows off Nico’s Devil Breaker arm, a new weapon capable of launching an onslaught of electricity-powered attacks.
Devil May Cry 5 follows Nero, Nico, and Dante in their efforts to save Red Grave City from the hellish clutches of a demon tree.
Once they are finished, perhaps they could get to work in the tangled mess of weeds that is my back garden.
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