Devil May Cry 5 reveals its training mode


Devil May Cry 5 reveals its training mode

Made official during Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2018, Devil May Cry 5 continues its journey alongside the American manufacturer. It is therefore quite natural that the game was talked about again last night during the XO18 organized by the brand with the broadcast of a new video featuring, Hideaki Itsunothe director of the title.

In the latter, which allows us to take a short tour of the places where this new episode of the franchise is developed, we have the opportunity to get to know the Void mode, which will be neither more nor less than a training mode. We will be able to take advantage of this option to try out the different weapons of the game, Devil Breakers and enemies to perfect our skills.

The Devil Breaker Mega Buster inspired by Mega Man also gets a quick teaser to show us how our character animations will be tweaked to properly pay homage to one of Capcom’s other stars..

To conclude, Devil May Cry 5 confirms that it will attend the Game Awards on December 6 to tell us more.

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