Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition is Coming a Week Earlier, No Delays for Dante!
Ninja Theory has announced that Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition will be seeing its release a week earlier than planned on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Originally scheduled for release on March 17, the game will now instead release on March 10 for both platforms. It will cost $39.99 or €39.99.
With DmC: Definitive Edition, the studio plans to bring a number of new improvements that were missed out in the original game. The overhauled version will run at 60 frames-per-second and will do so in glorious 1080p native resolution.
All textures have been replaced with high-definition materials. Other improvements include the game’s lighting, models, special effects and such.
Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition will also include all of the DLC released for latest Devil May Cry. This means, owners will get access to even more character and weapon skins, and the new Vergil’s Downfall campaign.
In addition to all of that, Ninja Theory has also included several gameplay balances and tweaks that were suggested previously by the community, including a manual target locking feature.
2014 saw to many games being delayed. 2015 so far has not treated us any different. GTA V, a highly anticipated title that was supposed to release this month for the PC, has been delayed to the end of March.
It’s nice to see some games actually releasing ahead of time, even if it’s just an upgraded collection.