You may get to play Devil May Cry 5 sooner than you think
The latest entry to the Devil May Cry series was revealed just last week at E3 2018, and according to the latest issue of Famitsu, Devil May Cry 5 development is already 75 percent complete.
Capcom hasn’t announced a fixed release date yet, but their aim is to have it in gamers’ hands before March 2019. At this stage of completion, getting the last 25 percent ironed out by that time is very reasonable.
Famitsu also provided some very broad story details, too. Mysterious things are afoot in the Demon World, and Nero is out to retrieve some item which he has lost. The primary villain will also be the most powerful enemy that Nero and Dante have ever faced.
Yes, that basically tells us next to nothing.
In more exciting news, the Devil May Cry 5 creative team confirmed recently that a playable Devil May Cry 5 demo should be available in the next few months, so gamers thirsting for unholy demon blood can get a taste before the full game releases for Xbox One, PS4, and Windows PC.
Capcom intends to drop more information about Devil May Cry 5 over the summer.