Those of you that own the current gen and PC versions of Devil May Cry 5 wont have to wait until next year to play as Vergil.
Unfortunately, if you’re looking to upgrade to Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition, you’ll be paying full price. No smart delivery or cheaper upgrade options here.
Also revealed was a lack of support for ray tracing on Xbox Series S. Probably not a huge deal for most people — even if gaming companies are heavily pushing it for next-gen consoles — but it’s something to keep in mind if you’re planning on buying that console over the Series X or PS5.
As a small pre-order incentive, Capcom will also be offering 100,000 Red Orbs for Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition purchases made by November 18. They’ll give you a decent head start, though you’ll have more than enough of them after a few playthroughs.
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