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Devil May Cry V blasts onto consoles and PC today

Capcom’s latest Dante adventure is finally here, and bringing all kinds of acclaim with it. Devil May Cry V is out today.

Even a devil may cry

I don’t think there’s another game this year that’s gotten the kind of acclaim that DMCV has. The Capcom magic seems to be flowing through this one, as the reviews have been glowing for Dante’s latest.

Not that he’s alone this time, as Nero and new character V are there as well. Each one offers up a different play style, though Capcom reminds fans that style counts throughout.

This latest entry in the over-the-top action series drops you into the battleground of a new demonic invasion where humanity’s last hope rests in the hands of three demon hunters: Nero, Dante and newcomer V. Each has a radically different combat play style and arsenal to draw from and, as always, style counts. Experience the thrilling culmination of the Sons of Sparda saga and settle the eternal battle of good vs. evil once and for all.

Capcom press release

Demonic editions

As you might imagine, you’ve got some choices to make if you’re going to be picking up DMCV today. A total of three different editions are our there on store shelves.

Of course, there’s the standard vanilla edition. All you get in that one is the game itself. Then there’s the Deluxe Edition. Clocking in at $69.99 USD, that one includes the base game and:

  • four alternate devil breaker weapons for Nero
  • motorcycle weapon variant for Dante
  • alternate style rank and title screen announcers
  • behind the scenes live action cutscenes
  • classic battle theme music options

And if you want to go all in, there’s the Collector’s Edition. That version will run you $159.99 USD. It stocks all of the previous, plus:

  • replica model of Nico’s motor home
  • art book and notes from Nico’s workbench
  • premium pin
  • bumper sticker
  • 11″ x 17″ exclusive cloth print

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