Don’t Like Devil May Cry 5 Soundtrack? This Solves the Problem

Devil May Cry 5 is on its way and we just got to see the latest trailer of the game at TGS 2018 which showcases all the good things in store for us by Capcom when the game finally launches in 2019.

Other than new moves and characters there’s an interesting reveal made at the end of the trailer which tells us that we are finally going to have a lot of music options in the game and for those who were pretty disappointed with the original in-game soundtracks will be definitely pleased to know that Devil May Cry 5 battle music will now include 12 soundtracks from Devil May Cry 1-4.

Now, this is a big upgrade in the game as the music plays an important role in Devil May Cry games and will keep you fresh as ever. So now you can just get your hands on the Ultimate Edition of the game to play with some of your favourite tracks from older games.

This isn’t all as the Ultimate Edition will also get you exclusive content including:

  • Four exclusive Devil Breaker weapons, including the Mega Buster
  • Live Action Cutscenes (oh, we need to see these)
  • Battle music: 12 tracks from Devil May Cry 1-4
  • Alt Style Rank Announcers & Title Calls
  • Dante weapon: The Cavaliere R

Devil May Cry 5 features a dynamic soundtrack which means the music will change according to your playstyle and player rank so as your rank increases, the music will sound better than ever. It’s pretty simple the better you play, the better music will be presented to your ears. But still, it’s a great addition by Capcom to bring old tracks back to make everyone happy.

We hope this changes the minds of those journalists who were not happy with the music of the game before and motivates them to play the game the way developers want.

As for the latest trailer presented at Tokyo Game Show, Dante is looking great and he’s having a lot of fun just like always and you can watch him in the video below.

So what are your thoughts on the new additional tracks from previous Devil May Cry games? Let us know in the comments below.