Capcom has revealed that there will be a Devil May Cry 5 photo mode inside that game when it comes out next March, now mimicking a large number of other games that have done it before. This photo mode will be shipping with the game, and will have more modes in it too.
In addition to the photo mode, the various modes that will be coming in along with it include a gallery, where you can look at all of your various different photos, and a training room, where you can get used to Nero’s various moves and master the use of his Devil Breaker arm if you’re having trouble with learning on the fly, or have never played a Devil May Cry game before. And who knows what sorts of moments you’ll be able to capture with the Devil May Cry 5 photo mode.
Devil May Cry games are some of the best character action games around, utilizing hectic combat, pounding music, and complex button combos to create fights that are just as much spectacle as they are combat. And with all of the different stuff you’ll be able to do in combat, you should probably do your best to quickly pick up the controls.
Picking up the controls is even more important if you want to do well enough in the game’s combat to be able to hear its theme song, which depends on your performance in fights to be able to play to its full potential. The music gets more intense and more parts come in as you do better, turning from instrumentals to full vocals.
A Devil May Cry 5 photo mode would fill a niche that many other people often like to use it for, mainly for being able to screenshot cool moments in the game or be able to make silly moments by changing facial expressions or filters, which this photo mode is most likely to have.