Devil May Cry 5 Live Music Performance Confirmed For The Game Awards 2018

Devil May Cry 5 is one of the most anticipated games of 2019. While we are still a few months away before we get to play it but, we will be getting a Devil May Cry 5 live music performance at the Game Awards 2018.

The Game Awards creator Geoff Keighley announced the Devil May Cry 5 live music performance through his Twitter account. Not only that, Casey Edwards has confirmed that “Devil Trigger” will be part of the live performance.

Recently, Capcom has adopted the policy of rolling out demos for its games before launch. Now, it seems that Capcom intends to continue it with Devil May Cry 5.

During a recent live stream, the developers hinted that a Devil May Cry 5 demo might drop before its official launch. This will allow fans and new players to test out the game and see if the game is worth their time, which it will be.

However, when this Devil May Cry 5 demo will drop is currently unknown. But, I am hoping for a Final Fantasy 15 style demo for Devil May Cry 5. The Final Fantasy 15 demo for PC allowed players to play the first chapter of the game and take in the beautiful environments.

Not only that, reports are making rounds on the internet that a Resident Evil 2 remake demo is also in the works. Furthermore, the report suggests that Resident Evil 2 remake demo drops this month, which makes sense since the game launches in January 2019.

Furthermore, Capcom has also revealed the Devil May Cry 5 The Void game mode. This game mode allows for the newcomers to get a hang of the combat and combos before they jump in.

According to Capcom, the Devil May Cry 5 The Void mode allows players to experiment without consequences. Players can experiment with “weapons, moves, and combos”.

Furthermore, the void game mode for Devil May Cry 5 allows players to tweak a number of parameters. Players can toggle enemy damage to see much damage each move deals.

Devil May Cry series is known for its stylistic combat and quirky one-liners. However, the Stylistic combat of Devil May Cry started as a bug. According to the producer, one particular Devil May Cry move set started out as a bug.

The combat move in question is the one in which players launch enemies in the air and keep them in the air as long as they are hitting them. He noted that during the development they noted a bug that won’t let enemies come back down.

While we are getting a Devil May Cry 5 Live music performance but, that is not all. Avengers 4 directors will also be present at The Game Awards 2018. It is unknown what they will reveal but, I speculate Avenger 4 trailer along with game reveal.

Furthermore, expect Alein Blackout reveal at the same event. Geoff Keighley himself has hinted towards a new Alein Game announcement for the Game Award 2018. The style of the picture posted by Geoff is quite similar to Aliens and it features the logo of Weyland Yutani Corporation.

Devil May Cry 5 is an action hack-n-slash game in development at Capcom. The game rolls out on March 8, 2019, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.