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.
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.
Capcom has unveiled a new special edition version of Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening - but the bad news is that it's only down for a US release so far.
DMC3 SE will feature loads of additional content, including an extra playable character - namely Dante's evil twin, Vergil, who has his own special "Dark Slayer" fighting style. There's also a new enemy in the shape of Jester. You might recognise him from cutscenes, but now he's a fully fledged in-game boss.
New game features will include the Turbo Option, which ramps up the game's speed by 20 per cent, and two continue options - you can either use yellow orbs to restart from the last checkpoint, or new gold orbs, which let you restart from the place where you died.