More Devil May Cry 5 Dante Gameplay Showcased During Streaming Event
Check out the latest high-octane footage from the upcoming new sequel.
By Chris Morse
The latest action-packed installment of the Devil May Cry franchise is coming early next year and there has been no shortage of new footage to get us all ready to kick some demon ass using the most stylish and ridiculous combos possible. Capcom has stuck with Dante in most of the recent gameplay previews and it looks like that trend continued throughout yesterday’s livestream event.
During the hour-long stream, game director Itsuno Hideaki joined Capcom producer Matt Walker and community manager Matt Edwards to show off even more Devil May Cry 5 action from the latest demo they fired up for the event.
The trio played through several fights and put on display a fair amount of combat, complete with long attack combos using a variety of weapons and abilities. There’s not much of a narrative preview this time but it is certainly another good look at how the game plays ahead of its March release.
There was also plenty of good discussion during each section of the gameplay so this is definitely worth the watch if you’re excited to get back into the franchise with this new sequel.
Devil May Cry 5 arrives on March 8th, 2019 and will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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