A seemingly short-haird Nero of DmC returns with a white dye-job and a metal arm, designed by a new snarky sidekick to "kick demon arse". While you wait for Devil May Cry 5, you can go back and revisit the first three games in the series on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or PC. Maybe it's the short hair.
"We think we've made something that feels better than any action game we've ever created", Devil May Cry producer Matt Walker said on the Microsoft stage after the trailer reveal. That suggests that the DMC reboot (that was technically the most recent release in the series) is being largely left behind. The two characters that were showed prominently in the trailer were Nero and Nico.
Dante also makes an appearance, while older but still full of energy.
DEVIL MAY CRY 5 is Officially Coming in 2019
A short-haired Nero stars as the protagonist, wielding a badass sword and mechanical arm as his main source of causing mayhem. The seeds of a demon tree have started taking root in Red Grave City.
What do you hope to see from Devil May Cry 5? Here's a synopsis of what fans can expect in Devil May Cry 5.
Will Dante return in Devil May Cry 5? The game is powered by Capcom's proprietary in-house RE Engine which sounds like it's jam-packed with all the latest graphics tech. The trailer of the game was unveiled by Capcom during Microsoft's press conference atthe ongoing Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles.