Detailing Dante’s early years and set against a contemporary backdrop, DmC Devil May Cry will retain the stylish action, fluid combat and self-assured protagonist that have defined the iconic series but inject a more brutal and visceral edge.
DmC Devil May Cry will include full AMD support, including AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology and AMD CrossFire technology. These technologies allow gamers to harness the power of two or more graphics cards reinforcing the stunning visuals of the game and dramatically increase the game’s performance.
Vergil’s Downfall features the opportunity to play as Vergil with hours of new gameplay, four difficulty levels and an all new storyline, weapons, combos, enemies and locations. The additional content will be available to purchase (March 5) for 720 Microsoft Points and $8.99 on PSN and PC. Customers who pre-ordered DmC Devil May Cry at selected retailers will receive the content for free by simply redeeming the download codes that were provided via the retailer at launch.
Furthermore, Bloody Palace Mode returns to the Devil May Cry series today on PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE and PC completely free of charge. Delivered via a free update, the Bloody Palace Mode will be available upon completion of the DmC Devil May Cry campaign and will give players access to over 100 bonus levels of demons and enemies, including five brutal bosses.
DmC Devil May Cry for PC will be compatible with both keyboard and mouse, Xbox 360 controller and all third party direct input controllers. Players will be able to enjoy the game at 60 fps or even higher with no maximum limitation, creating a spectacular visual experience for PC gamers.
Gamers that download DmC Devil May Cry via Steam will be able to take full advantage of features such as Cloud saving, achievements, friends support and leaderboards.
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