DmC: Devil May Cry is scheduled to be released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 sometime in 2012, but for now you’ll have to make do with trailers and news bits as Capcom releases them. Luckily, Capcom released a ton of new info and a few trailers for the upcoming game at a recent event.
Dante is half-demon/half-angel and 100% badass with no respect for the authority that is so desperate to capture him. This is a younger Dante, and with this young age comes a brash attitude and a need to discover oneself while feeling like an outcast.
Dante’s unique heritage gives him qualities unlike any other, and its reach extends into his fighting style. Dante is able to summon up powers from both his demon and angel ancestry to completely overwhelm any opponent that stands in his way.
Returning in this reimagining of the Devil May Cry series will be the familiar stylish gameplay for which it is known. Dante still fights primarily with his sword Rebellion and twin pistols Ebony and Ivory, but now Rebellion can transform for Dante’s benefit in combat. Also returning in the game will be characters from the series’ past. So, whether you’re a fan of the series or not, read on for more details, and find out why you should be by watching the trailers below!
About DmC: Devil May Cry
The next installment of the multi-million selling Devil May Cry franchise, DmC sees Capcom collaborating with UK based Ninja Theory to explore new frontiers for the series. Set against a contemporary backdrop, DmC will depict a duplicitous world where nothing is ever as it seems and the line between good and evil is constantly blurred. Spurred into action by the promises of a trusted relation, Dante bursts into this world intent on revenge at any cost. DmC will retain the series’ signature mix of sword and gunplay but add additional weapons, all new powers and a revitalized gameplay system as players encounter the game’s devilish mix of enemies and navigate the rich, interactive environment. A true collaboration, DmC sees the team at Ninja Theory joined by key staff from Capcom’s R&D division. Creative direction for the title will be undertaken by Ninja Theory’s Tameen Antoniades and overseen by Hedeaki Itsuno, who has worked on all previous titles in the series. DmC is being co-produced by Capcom’s Japanese and North American development operations
For more information on DmC: Devil May Cry, check out the official Capcom website.
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