It's another puzzling situation for Devil May Cry 5, this time for European PlayStation 4 users.
MILD SPOILERS FOR DEVIL MAY CRY 5 AHEAD.
Capcom issued an update for the game that adds the Bloody Palace mode, and with it pulled the lens flare butt cover-up that was included with the 18-rated action game on PS4 at launch.
Since launching on 8th March, Devil May Cry 5 has impressed fans and critics alike: so much so, in fact, that the title has sold over two million units.
The stats come via Devil May Cry director Hideaki Itsuno, who unveiled the numbers in a talk at this year's GDC.
Devil May Cry 5, the latest addition to the hack and slash series, is the first "mainline" entry in the series for over 10 years - from Capcom's perspective DmC: Devil May Cry doesn't count, apparently. Incidentally, DmC (made by Ninja Theory and released in 2013) only managed 1.2 million in its entire first year.
UPDATE 20/3/19: Devil May Cry 5 voice actor Joey Camen has apologised for the offensive videos he recently removed from his YouTube channel.
Devil May Cry 5 gets the Bloody Palace mode on 1st April as part of a free update, Capcom has announced.
Devil May Cry 5 came out yesterday and most agree Capcom's action game is pretty brilliant. But players have noticed an odd difference between the PlayStation 4 version and the PC and Xbox One versions: and it has to do with a butt cover-up.
For a few short hours after the PC release of Devil May Cry 5, a code fork available on Steam was available that stripped the game of its Denuvo copy protection, with only Steam's own DRM systems left intact, according to reports on the Steam community forums. Not surprisingly, the leaked .exe - apparently intended for use by Capcom's QA team - has been tested by a number of users, with some noting a 20fps improvement to performance, while others could see no improvement whatsoever. So, what's really going on and does Denuvo really hit CPU resources as has often been claimed? Since the .exe in question is not a crack of any sort, we decided to put it to the test.
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.
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!