Capcom has announced that it will be releasing a second demo for upcoming hack-and-slasher Devil May Cry 5 next month, on February 7th.
Devil May Cry 5 has a multiplayer mode that lets players make guest appearances in each other's games.
Capcom has unveiled Devil May Cry 5's training mode, dubbed The Void.
Ever wanted to own a replica of Dante's coat from Devil May Cry? Well now you can - but it'll cost you over six grand.
Devil May Cry 5 looks like a game packed with outlandish weapons (including a motorbike Dante rips in half). Over the weekend Capcom revealed another weapon fans of the action game series did not expect.
Dante is back. And so, it seems, is Capcom, the Osaka-based company on a winning streak the likes of which we haven't seen since its 90s and early 00s pomp. Resident Evil 7 successfully brought the series back to its horror roots while delivering a modern twist, and Monster Hunter World finally gave that series the recognition it deserved in the west, while on the horizon there's the exquisite looking Mega Man 11 and next year's sumptuous Resident Evil 2 remake.
Devil May Cry 5 will allow players to spend real money to upgrade their characters.
Devil May Cry 5 has multiplayer, it's been revealed.
Capcom has revealed the third playable character for Devil May Cry 5: V.
Capcom has shown off new Devil May Cry 5 gameplay during Microsoft's gamescom Inside Xbox show.
The footage shows Nero wise-cracking as he tears up demons - and there's some gameplay showing impressive-looking boss fights. At one point he flies around on his rocket-powered robot arm.
Interestingly, Dante - old man Dante, it looks like - turns up on his motorbike, which he rips in half and uses as a weapon. Cool!