Dmc Devil May Cry Vergil Downfall DLC Gameplay Video

Dmc Devil May Cry Vergil Downfall DLC Gameplay Video

Dmc Devil May cry release is almost around the corner and new gameplay videos are coming in, showcasing more of the game’s locations and gameplay. Today new videos have been made available, showing some sequences from the game’s first Downloadable Content, Vergil’s Downfall, available for free for all players who pre-order the game.

Dmc Devil May Cry is a reboot of the now famous Devil may Cry series, featuring a total redisign for Dante and Vergil and an all new setting: developed by Ninja Theory, the developers had to face a lot of disappoint due to Dante’s redesign, which has been slightly altered since the reveal, and the 30 frames per seconds debate. However many of the player’s fears have been put to rest with the release of the playable demo around a month ago which showed how the fps issue is non existant and the game looks and plays great. The game’s locations are really beautiful, changing as the player keeps exploring.

The Vergil Downfall video showcase more of these locations, together with some never seen before environments, so if you don’t want to be spoiled, you better not watch the videos and hold on for just a few more days.

Dmc Devil May Cry will be available on Ps3 and Xbox 360 on January 15, 2013: a Pc version will be coming later, featuring improved graphics and optimized controls. Vergil Downfall will be available for everyone some time after the game’s release.

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