Capcom has announced Devil May Cry HD Collection, due out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 13th March 2018.
The collection includes HD remasters of the cult classic PlayStation 2 action games Devil May Cry 1, 2 and 3: Special Edition (Devil May Cry 4 and Ninja Theory's DmC are not included). Expect 60 frames per second gameplay, Capcom said. Here are some screenshots:
In the US, the collection is listed as $29.99 (around £22). There's no firm UK price as yet.
The Devil May Cry HD Collection revealed as coming to the PlayStation 3 looks set for the Xbox 360, too.
A Devil May Cry HD Collection will launch in Europe on the PlayStation 3 on 30th November, according to a Spanish shop.
At first glance, it's easy to think of Devil May Cry 4 as a soulless cash-in. Between its uninspired level design, confounding camera, and new protagonist who looks almost identical to series' hero Dante, it would seem as if Capcom had drawn too often from the same well. As Eurogamer pointed out in its 2008 review, DMC4 "feels like a high-def re-skin of a 2001 game design". It's no wonder Enslaved developer Ninja Theory has been hired to breathe some new life to Capcom's flagship demon hunter.
Capcom has announced that the Devil May Cry series has shipped 10 million units worldwide since the release of the first game for PlayStation 2 in 2001.
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