It’s confirmed, Devil May Cry 3 will feature a co-op mode for Nintendo Switch, so the bloody Palace will live up to his name. In this mode, you will be able to play as the hero (Dante) or you can be the villain(Vergil). You’ll be able to play with any configuration, Pro Controllers or Joy-cons, they’ll do the same job, with no problem. The details come from Matt Walker, the producer. The configuration can also be changed, meaning that every player will be able to adjust the controls as he wishes.
The mode won’t be available until you have completed at least the beginner's chapter from the main story, though, so don't expect to jump straight into co-op mode right away. Once in co-op, we’ll be able to have our favorite weapons and styles, so you can swap them to meet your preferences or just to try something new. This change won’t apply just before the game, it can be changed when you’re...
Remember the Denuvo DRM? If you don’t remember that means you’re lucky, or you simply didn’t play Devil May Cray 5 on the PC. For some reason, games equipped with Denuvo experienced significant performance issues, including and issue with high CPU usage. And, for no particular reason it was also shortening the life span of SSD drives.
Capcom, the developers behind Devil May Cry 5, has a special way of dealing with this problem. Instead of simply issuing a patch that completely removed Denuvo, there are now two options, one in which Denuvo is used and one in which they took it out of the picture.
By simply analyzing both performances, via Steam or other sources, a lot of people realized that the best performance was the path without Denuvo. The difference in performance was between 20%-25%. Used by many at the launching of new games, is more like a caution, an extra defense for crackers and helps slow them down or even stops them from...
Of all the gameplay modes to have ever graced the Devil May
Cry series, Bloody Palace has to be the most intense and it has finally been released for Devil May Cry 5. It’s available
for PC, Xbox One, and PS4 as a free update right now, and will pit you against swarms
of enemies inside a 101-floor dungeon. Just like the original game mode that debuted
in Devil May Cry 2, Bloody Palace is a very lengthy challenge that will test
your skills beyond anything DMC5 has challenged you with thus far.
While it is available as a free download right now, you may
not be able to play it right away. As you might expect, the game mode needs to
be unlocked, and you’ll need to complete the game on Human or Devil Hunter mode
if you want to indulge. Once the end credits have played upon completion of the
game, Bloody Palace game mode will be easily accessible via the main menu. As
was the case in previous games,...