We know the surprise that Devil May Cry 3 has in store for the Nintendo Switch


We know the surprise that Devil May Cry 3 has in store for the Nintendo Switch

Patience is apparently not a virtue for Capcomwho could not wait for the release of Devil May Cry 3 on Nintendo Switch, to reveal his secret.

The little surprise we were talking about for the Nintendo console is no longer a mystery, since the publisher’s official website has just spilled the beans.

So, the Switch version will allow you to change your fighting style during a gamewhere the original version required you to go through the intermission menu or a Statue of Time.

So you can swap Swordmaster, Gunslinger, Trickster and Royalguard styles as you see fiteach of which is dedicated to specific abilities (sword, firearms, dodge and counter.)

Will you prioritize speed or defense? Sword or gun handling? The new style change system lets you experience the action through a number of unique styles allowing for unprecedented variety. Vary the styles and weapons as you wish and create a style of play that is uniquely yours.

As a reminder, Devil May Cry 3 planned for the February 20, will immerse you in an adventure acting as a prequel to the first opus, in which Dante must face his brother Virgil.

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