Today, Capcom revealed new Xbox One X footage from Devil May Cry 5 at Gamescom 2018 alongside its March 8, 2019 release date. Devil May Cry 5 is the direct sequel in the acclaimed franchise and takes place years later with a new set of characters. The title looks absolutely stunning running on Microsoft's new hardware because it achieves high visual fidelity while maintaining its smooth gameplay.
Hopefully the story will live up to expectations. While the gameplay looks great, there needs to be a coherent plot to keep players engaged.
The game is currently available for preorder at retailers like Amazon and GameStop for $59.99.
We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more about the title. Are you looking forward to Devil May Cry 5? Let us know.
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