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Devil May Cry 5 is coming before April 2019

During the E3 conference, we came around some top-notch gaming titles that were revealed at that place and while some of Devil May Cry 5 is coming before April 2019hem came to us as a glimpse before the beginning of the event while some of them are totally new. Devil May Cry 5 is one of those new titles that was revealed back in E3 Conference. And recently Campcom has announced that the game will be released before April next year.

At the E3 when the game was revealed for the first time, it was scheduled to get released in the Spring 2019 but it was narrowed by Campcom’s Investors and as a result, the game will be now coming at the end of March 2019. The reveal trailer provided below:

The game is being directed by none other than Hideaki Itsuno who is also well-known for his work in Devil May Cry 3, Devil May Cry 4 and Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen which are some of the blockbuster titles in the gaming world till date. And during the press conference, he was spotted along with producer Matt Walker who assured their fans that the upcoming title will be a true sequel to the earlier released Devil May Cry 4 which is really an awesome game back in the time of 720p.

According to the received information till date, Devil May Cry 5 will be having three playable characters and the first of them being Nero who is seen in the trailer heading for a head-on fight with the monsters and along with his mechanical arm, he seems to be invincible. The other character being none other than our old PAL Dante who was spotted in the same trailer for a brief moment and as per the trailer, we guess the story will be revolving more around Nero. However, there is no information available for the last playable character yet.

 
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