Capcom Officially Announces Long-Awaited 'Devil May Cry 5'

Demons beware.

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Big news came from Capcom during this year’s E3 expo, as the Japanese video game developer announced the long-awaited Devil May Cry 5 video game with a new trailer.

With legendary game director Hideaki Itsuno at the helm, the visual announcement notes that we are to pick up where we left off 10 year’s ago with Devil May Cry 4. The sequel will chronicle a short-haired Nero who has been mysteriously stripped of his Devil Bringer arm. Making his way through Red Grave City, the Holy Knight toting a new cybernetic arm will do what he does best, “kick demon ass.” Teasing another appearance the trailer ends with a grizzled looking Dante riding a new bike into the city.

Set to release spring 2019, Devil May Cry 5 will be available on Microsoft Xbox One, Windows 10 PC and Sony PlayStation 4.

In case you missed it, watch Mario face off with Rafael Nadal in the latest Mario Tennis Aces trailer.

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