New Devil May Cry 5 gameplay footage to be revealed at PAX West 2018

It appears that Capcom will reveal new gameplay footage from Devil May Cry 5 at this year’s PAX West event. According to its official website, director Hideaki Itsuno and producers Michiteru Okabe and Matthew Walker will show all-new gameplay from Devil May Cry 5 at PAX West 2018.

Although we don’t know whether Capcom will release this gameplay video on its YouTube channel, we do know that the DMC5 panel is scheduled for Friday August 31st.

“Legendary Devil May Cry director Hideaki Itsuno and producers Michiteru Okabe and Matthew Walker take a special flight all the way from Osaka, Japan to come show you all-new gameplay from Devil May Cry 5, and walk you through what makes it Smokin’ Sick Stylish! If you wanna know all about Nero’s new robotic “Devil Breaker” arms or are curious about our special surprises, this is a panel you won’t want to miss!”

Devil May Cry 5 is powered by Capcom’s proprietary in-house RE Engine, ensuring that the series will continue to achieve new heights in fidelity, featuring ground-breaking graphics that utilize photorealistic character designs and stunning lighting and environmental effects. The game features three playable characters, each of which offer a radically different stylish combat play style as they take on the city overrun with demons. Adrenaline-fueled boss fights play out against destructible environments in the striking streets of Red Grave City.

Devil May Cry 5 is planned for a 2019 release!

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