Devil May Cry 5 is the latest installment in the acclaimed franchise and continues the story of characters like Dante and Trish. This time around, the cast is joined by Nero, Nico, and a mysterious individual named V. After V hires Dante to rid himself of a demon king, the botched mission results in a quest for redemption. You take control of a number of characters — each with distinctive playstyles — as you hack and slash your way through the insane campaign.

Devil May Cry 5 is now available on Xbox One and PC for $60 and doesn't feature a season pass at the moment. However, that doesn't mean the game isn't getting other content. Today, Capcom announced that the "Bloody Palace" is coming to the game on April 1 as a free update. It's widely expected that the Bloody Palace will add another playable character and either a competitive or co-op multiplayer mode.

Devil May Cry 5 looks absolutely spectacular on Xbox One X because it runs at 4K 60 frames per second. The visuals are crisp too, but it's unclear if it features native or checkerboarded rendering.

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In our review, we said, "Ever since Capcom launched Resident Evil 7, the company has maintained a stellar track record. Monster Hunter: World was exceptional, and everyone loved the company's new take on Resident Evil 2. Devil May Cry 5 may not be on the same level due to its restrictive environments and inability to break free of the franchise's rigid format, but it's absolutely mind-blowing when it comes to gameplay."

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Devil May Cry 5 is a fun game, but Capcom could've done much more.

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