The devil fears Sparda
You can almost feel Ninja Theory's middle finger protruding out of DmC: Devil May Cry - Definitive Edition, a remastered version of its polarising 2013 reboot. Rather than settle for a simple visual overhaul, the Cambridge-based developer has delved deep into the core of its divisive PlayStation 3 title, retuning aspects of...
About The Game
Developed by Ninja Theory, DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition includes all of the stylish action gameplay from the original release, all previously released downloadable content (including the Vergil's Downfall campaign), plus brand new modes and additional content, making this the ultimate offering for Devil May Cry fans. Maximising the potential of next-gen hardware, the game's high-quality production values will run at a stunning 1080p and smooth 60 fps across PS4 and Xbox One.
New to DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition, players will be able to play as Dante's twin brother himself in Vergil's Bloody Palace Mode. For an extra depth of challenge, new modes have been added, including Gods Must Die Mode, Must Style Mode, and Hardcore Mode. In addition to the game's new features, players will also receive new Dante and Vergil costumes inspired by classic Devil May Cry character designs.