March 8th may be the Mother’s Day, but it will also be a holiday for the fans of the Devil May Cry franchise. The new and long-awaited instalment in the series – DMC 5 – will officially release this week. As Capcom revealed, the launch times vary depending on your time zone.
When it comes to the Americas (Latin, South, and North), Devil May Cry 5 will release on March 7th at 9 PM PST. The fans in Australia will have to be patient until the clock reaches 4 PM on March 8th.
When it comes to Asia, Europa, and APAC, the release is scheduled for as early as 4 PM on March 7th, or as late as 11 AM on March 8th in Australia.
What Should You Know about Devil May Cry 5?
It has been a decade since a full sequel was made for the series. The fans have been waiting for one since 2008, which explains the anticipation of the players from around the world. It seems that the professionals have positive things to say about the game, which makes us look forward to it even more.
Devil May Cry 5 is still available to pre-order via Steam. At this moment, the price for a standard edition is $59.99 while the deluxe edition is priced at $71.25. As expected, the deluxe version comes with all sorts of add-ons. The game will be available to play in single-player, but also in co-op and multiplayer modes over the web.
As the description suggests, the demon seeds are again threatening the world. Nero, our brave demon hunter, gets Nico to make him cool mechanical arms so that he can get even cooler abilities to fight demons.
DMC 5 will feature stunning graphics and plenty of high-paced action. We will get to meet Dante again, as well as another character called V.
What Are the System Requirements for Devil May Cry 5?
You will need to have at least Windows 7, 8GB RAM, and 35GB of hard drive space to run the game. Additionally, the required processor is AMD FX-6300 or Intel Core i5-4460. As for the graphics card, you should have at least AMD Radeon R7 260x or Nvidia GeForce GTX 760.
Devil May Cry 5 will also release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The scheduled release date for those consoles is also this week, which means that players across all platforms will get the chance to play the game at the same time.