Devil May Cry 5 Was Released On This Day Four Years Ago

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Devil May Cry 5 was seen as an epic comeback for the long-running action franchise. After a disappointing DMC reboot from Ninja Theory, Capcom finally delivered everything fans have come to expect from the series.

The latest title took the franchise back to its roots, with characters like Dante and Nero returning in all their glory. Devil May Cry 5 was released four years ago on this day and continues to be a shining example of a modern action game.

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The game builds on the solid foundation of Devil May Cry 4.

The previous entry in the franchise had excellent ideas with the new protagonist Nero and on-the-fly style switching for Dante. However, Devil May Cry 4 lacked in areas like the level design and story mode.

The latest title remedies these issues while keeping the excellent combat from DMC 4 and expanding on previous options. Characters like Nero and Dante have more options than before, allowing players to experiment and learn the depths of the combat system.

Devil May Cry 5 also introduces a newcomer to the franchise, V. Unlike the other characters, V summons demons to handle the enemies. This leads to a new playstyle and adds more variety to an already deep combat system.

Since the game utilizes Capcom’s RE Engine, Devil May Cry 5 features incredibly detailed visuals. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X users can also try the Special Edition for ray tracing to enhance the visual experience further.

The franchise is infamous for its quality releases over the years. Devil May Cry inspired various titles like the original God of War, many of which are still beloved today. As such, Devil May Cry 5 had big shoes to fill, and Capcom did a phenomenal job reviving the legendary franchise while staying true to the previous games.

For those looking to play a high-octane, action-packed game with a high skill ceiling, Devil May Cry 5 is among the finest options available today. The game is available across nearly every platform and can often be found on sale for much cheaper than the base price.

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