Devil May Cry 5 is getting a practice arena named The Void, which will allow you to hone your skills. It looks somewhat similar to the kind of training area you’d find in a fighting game, giving you the ability to test out various combos and techniques that you can then take into the main game.
Capcom has also confirmed that more of the hotly anticipated sequel will be shown at The Game Awards next month, so that’s one of Geoff Keighley’s world exclusives outed already.
So... not sure why this is such a breakthrough. Every fighting game does this. In fact, I’m surprised DMC has taken this long to implement a practice mode.
Also, that dude in the video seems really proud of his Japanese language skills.
@Th3solution since when was DMC a fighting game?????
@CK97 No, it’s not a fighting game, I guess, but it relies on button combinations to pull off moves in much the same way a fighting game does. All I’m saying is that a tutorial mode to practice your moves and button combinations is hardly innovative. Better late than never though, I suppose.
Hopefully the Rumored multiplayer will get shown off next month
DmC: Devil May Cry has a Training Mode where you can practice all the moves you currently have. I know people don't like that game, but pretending it (and its Training Mode) don't exist is overdoing it.
@Ron22 first thing that came to mind.
Quite saddening that the Devil Breakers they showcased are only available with the deluxe edition of the game.
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