Capcom’s Hour Long Live Stream Shows Dante Gameplay, Possible Devil May Cry 5 Demo?


Devil May Cry 5 releases March 8, 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC Steam platform. Capcom recently hosted a live stream of the game where Hideaki Itsuno and development team showcased some cool new moves of Dante in hour long demo.

The primary focus of the live stream was gameplay demo of Dante. During the live stream every one has eyes glued on cool moves of Dante and may have missed on a possible hint. The developers hinted at a possible demo of Devil May Cry 5. Just in case you missed the live stream, watch it here.

The game releases in March next year and that is almost three months away. Considering the demo was almost an hour, it is possible that Capcom may release the demo before a month or so from the official release of the game.

When someone asked about a public demo that if Capcom plans to release, the developers did not respond in denial. However, it must also be noted that they did not respond back in affirmation either.

At this point it is uncertain if developers are planning to release a demo stage for the fans of the community. However, Community manager Matthew Edwards said ‘they are always thinking about the fans’ and fans surely want a demo after all the cheesy videos of Devil May Cry 5 showcased so far since E3 this year.

Devil May Cry 5 will release on March 8, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC Steam platform. PC requirements of the game are also revealed. The PC requirements are not that great except you will need a minimum of 8GB RAM to play the game. If you do not have a minimum of 8GB, then you certainly can not run the game on your PC.

Devil May Cry 5 story picks up right where Devil May Cry 4 ended. The last game came in 2008, with Devil May Cry 5 coming out in 2019, after a decade. The deluxe editions costs $70 USD which comes in with a lot of in-game weapons and items.

Are you excited about Devil May Cry 5? Do you want to play a gameplay demo of the game before its official release date? Let us know more your thoughts in comments section below.

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