Devil May Cry 5 is over a week away from launch, so there is time before reviews start to drop. However, Famitsu has already reviewed Devil May Cry 5 and gave it 37/40 rating.
This Devil May Cry 5 Famitsu review indicates that Capcom has developed an incredible game if it wasn’t already clear from trailers and gameplay demo. Devil May Cry 5 is also a return to form following DMC Devil May Cry reboot which a majority of fans hated.
From the trailers and gameplay demos, it was clear that Capcom listened to fans and developed a true Devil May Cry sequel. Hardcore fans are eagerly looking forward to the game.
Speaking of Devil May Cry 5, the game will also feature the Void game mode. This game mode allows players to practice their combos and basic combat moves.
Not only that, the Void Game mode also players to experiment with their combos without any consequences. Furthermore, the game mode allows players to tweak a number of parameters.
Devil May Cry series is known for its stylistic combat but, this stylistic combat started as a bug. According to Devil May Cry producer, during the development, Capcom noted a bug that won’t let enemies come back down. This eventually evolved into the iconic combat move.
Also, Capcom has confirmed that Devil May Cry V will feature the strongest enemy the fans of the series have ever seen. However, Nero has also grown very strong and is sort of in his prime.
In the canon, its been several years since Devil May Cry 4. In that amount of time, a new enemy may be the strongest enemy we have seen in the Devil May Cry series has appeared. And also in that time, Nero has Nero has grown and kind of entered his prime. He is a little older, a little wiser, and more mature.
Devil May Cry 5 is an action-adventure game developed by Capcom. The game is scheduled to launch on March 8, 2019, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.