Devil May Cry HD Collection appears to have some tech issues

While Devil May Cry HD Collection releases on March 13th, Twitch Prime members were able to get their hands on the first Devil May Cry HD Remaster. And according to some early reports, there are some minor technical issues with this upcoming collection.

For starters, the game appears to be suffering from some refresh rate issues as the game’s speed is tied to the refresh rate and framerate. As such, higher refresh rates and framerates will result in the game running in fast forward. In order to avoid such a thing, PC gamers will have to lock both their framerates and refresh rates to 60hz/60fps. Otherwise, they’ll get something like this.

Furthermore, it appears that the HD Collection suffers from some sound issues that were not present in the original games. There are looping issues, higher frequency effects, and lower frequency audio tracks. To be honest, and apart from the audio looping issues, these other audio issues seem to be minor. However, the game also lacks the blur effects when Dante is firing his guns.

Devil May Cry HD - PC Port Issues

Users have also reported some visual issues and glitches (for example some blood effects are more pixelated than before). So yeah, it appears that this upcoming Devil May Cry HD Collection has some issues that Capcom needs to fix, especially since we’re talking about a remaster of some really old games.

At least PC gamers will be able, according to Capcom, to at run the game in 4K resolutions.

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