Capcom announces there will be no more Devil May Cry on Switch

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Capcom announces there will be no more Devil May Cry on Switch

The summer will be hot for Switch owners who will soon have the opportunity to go on a demon hunt. Remember that the very first episode of Devil May Cry will land on Nintendo Switch during this time.

If the release date has not yet been announced, Capcom wanted to play fair with all those who will try the experience on the Japanese giant’s console. The developer has indeed announced that this port on Nintendo Switch was based on the Devil May Cry HD Collection compilationreleased in 2012 on PS3.

Relive the adventure that introduced the legendary Dante to the world with the original Devil May Cry, coming to #NintendoSwitch this Summer. pic.twitter.com/Hh8hFDnLQK

— Devil May Cry 5 (@DevilMayCry) May 6, 2019

In addition, no other episode of the franchise would be planned on this machine:

Capcom is working to bring the original Devil May Cry experience to a Nintendo console for the first time. No other title is planned.

Add to that a selling price still missing at the time of writing. The only thing we are sure of is that the software will not have a physical version.

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