Devil May Cry 5 Director Says Don’t Post Spoilers So Please Don’t

This doesn’t have to necessarily be said. It’s common courtesy not to ruin somebody’s entertainment for them since not everyone has the same pace of completing games. Still, Hideaki Itsuno does need to put this out there as director of Devil May Cry 5, don’t spoil the game.

You heard the man, it took them years to make Devil May Cry 5 so we shouldn’t throw water over their efforts, okay? That being said, it’s so hard to wait for DMC 5.

We’ve already gotten word from early Devil May Cry 5 reviews, praising how amazing the game is. This just puts more emphasis on the fact that people have a right to enjoy the game to its full potential.

Of course, there’s no way to really stop people from spoiling the game for others or themselves. The only thing to rely on is the respect we have for the studio that spent countless hours into making this game.

I’d also like to take this opportunity to specifically shout-out those YouTubers who spoil things in their thumbnails and titles. There’s a special place and circle in hell for you fellas.

Devil May Cry series is now at its fifth installment and aims to wipe the reboot out of our minds. Continuing the story of the DMC series by picking off from the last time we chronologically saw Dante in DMC 2.

Another returning character, for which I’m very happy about, is Nero. The child of Virgil and Dante’s nephew. What’s better is that they sort of revamped his personality to be cocky and humorous in comparison to his emo counterpart.

There are several unanswered questions the trailers have left us with. Such as who stole Nero’s arm? How did Dante get back out of hell besides the obvious answer of being Dante? Most importantly, who the hell is V?

The game will be answering these questions. So as Itsuno said, please don’t spoil it for anyone.

Devil May Cry 5 releases this March, that’s right, this very month. It’ll be on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and possibly the Nintendo Switch.