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DmC Devil May Cry developer Ninja Theory has removed a snippet of sexually suggestive dialogue from the action adventure's Definitive Edition release.
DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition has detailed the new Vergil's Bloody Palace addition to this remastered version of Ninja Theory's hack-and-slash spectacular.
Fans of the series will recall that Bloody Palace is a lengthy multi-wave combat arena. This Vergil-themed version allows you to play as Dante's blue-clad brother, but there's been another alteration to the formula: Vergil's Bloody Palace will start out notably more difficult than its Dante-based brethren.
As detailed by Ninja Theory communications manager Dominic Matthews on the PlayStation Blog, Vergil's Bloody Palace will begin on Nephilim difficulty - the middle of five difficulty tiers - and only get harder from there. Dante's, by comparison, began at the very easy Human level.
DmC: Definitive Edition launches a week earlier than planned, Capcom has announced.
The action game comes out 10th March 2015 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the publisher said. It had been due out on 17th March.
DmC: Definitive Edition is a current generation console port of Ninja Theory's PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 take on Capcom's beloved action series. Ninja Theory has promised it runs at 60 frames per second and 1080p resolution.
Ninja Theory is remaking its Devil May Cry game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One - and it runs at 60 frames per second and 1080p resolution.