Devil May Cry 5 demo running in 4K on Max Settings with more than 70fps on AMD’s new Radeon VII GPU

At CES 2019, AMD showcased the PC version of Devil May Cry 5 running on its upcoming AMD Radeon VII graphics card. The demo that AMD showcased was running with more than 70fps in 4K on Max settings.

Unfortunately the video is not available yet, though we can report on what we saw. The PC demo featured Nero wandering around an environment and was running with a minimum of 70fps and could go up to 120fps. In case you’re wondering about the specifications of the AMD Radeon VII, you can find everything we know so far about it here.

That’s really impressive for an unreleased title, though it remains to be seen whether there are more demanding scenes in the game than what AMD showcased.

According to rumours, the Devil May Cry 5 demo may skip PC so it will take a while until we can get our hands on it and test it on our NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080Ti in order to see ourselves how optimized this game will be on the PC platform.

We’ll be sure to update this story once the video is available!


Below you can find the video!

Devil May Cry 5 NEROネロ Gameplay AMD RADEON VII Demonstration CES 2019

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