Play Devil May Cry for Free with Twitch Prime
Prime members are getting a Capcom classic starting on February 27th.
By Chris Morse
Starting on February 27th, Twitch Prime members will be able to log in and claim their free copy of the original Devil May Cry on PC. Capcom kicked off their demonic hack-and-slash franchise with this title way back in 2001. The half-demon protagonist Dante (of the Divine Comedy namesake) wields a variety of weapons including swords and his trademark pistols, Ebony and Ivory, in his quest to dethrone the demon king, Mundus. The game received 3 more sequels before being rebooted in DmC: Devil May Cry, but it's still somewhat uncertain where the series might go next.
Twitch Prime is tied to an Amazon Prime subscription and is included at no additional cost. You can read up on some of the perks, or start a 30-day trial, right here. Most people take advantage of Prime one way or another, so don't miss out on this free game, which is certainly a strategic addition to the line-up considering the Devil May Cry HD Collection comes to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on March 13th. We see what you're up to, Capcom! Share your favorite Devil May Cry moments in the comments below.
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