Attention devil hunters, today we just launched digital pre-orders for Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition, so we also wanted to share some key dates and important info ahead of launch, including the release date for Vergil DLC for Devil May Cry 5 (Dec. 15th, 2020) and an update on ray tracing for Xbox Series S.
DMC5SE Pre-Order Bonus
Starting right now, you can pre-order Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition on both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S digital stores. Anyone who purchases the game by November 18th, 2020 will get a free pack of 100,000 Red Orbs. These are immensely useful early on in the game as they’ll help unlock moves, buy Devil Breakers, buy other Orbs and even bring you back from defeat in a pinch. Or… you can be a total badass and just hold onto them, saving up for some of those pricey Taunts. Up to you.
DMC5 Vergil DLC
We mentioned this early on alongside our game announcement,
but never gave you a firm date or price. Well, it’s time to change that.
Our dev team has been hard at work in getting DMC5SE ready to launch the same day as
PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, so Vergil will be arriving on PlayStation 4,
Xbox One and PC just a few weeks after that, on December 15th, 2020 and will cost just US$4.99 / €4.99 / £3.99.
To keep you motivated, we’ll leave you with a quick reminder that Vergil will be fully playable on Story Missions, The Void, and Bloody Palace.
An Update on Ray tracing
for Xbox Series X|S
We’re excited to bring Devil
May Cry 5 Special Edition to Xbox Series X|S with high frame rates up to
120 fps, enhanced 3D audio, reduced loading times, the Legendary Dark Knight
difficulty, Turbo Mode and playable Vergil on both consoles.
Fans playing Devil May
Cry 5 Special Edition on Xbox Series X will also experience the game in 4k
resolution and with Direct X Ray Tracing. Both consoles deliver amazing next
generation speed and performance, and while we are just now scratching the
surface of what they can do our teams are eager to continue exploring the full
capabilities of Xbox Series X|S in the future.
While ray tracing will be available as a downloadable title
update on Xbox Series X, Devil May Cry 5
Special Edition will not support ray tracing on Xbox Series S.
An additional title update for Resident Evil Resistance is available now, bringing new updates to the asymmetrical co-op survival horror game set in the Resident Evil universe! Since the game launched earlier this year, there’s been lots of free content added. You can now play as Jill Valentine, take direct control of the relentless pursuer Nemesis, explore multiple additional maps, and further customize both the Survivors as well as the Masterminds’ zombies and other creatures with costumes and gestures. Catch up on all the available content plus details on the latest update below!
and Foes Jill Valentine was able to escape the remains of Raccoon City, but can she
escape a series of twisted experiments? Jill joined the ranks of the Survivors
shortly after the game launched earlier this year, bringing her training and
skills as part of Raccoon City’s Special Tactics and Rescue Service
(S.T.A.R.S.) with her. With access to an arsenal of powerful weapons and the
ability to quickly dodge enemy attacks, Jill joins the ranks of the Survivors
as they attempt to escape sadistic experiments run by the Masterminds.
The selection of Masterminds expanded as well, adding a
familiar face to the roster: Resident
Evil 3’s own Nicholai. A master of weaponry in his own right, Nicholai
brings powerful firearms to bear against the Survivors, matched only by his
ability to take control of the ultimate bioweapon: Nemesis. Marking the first
time Nemesis has been playable in a Resident Evil game, you’ll be able to crush
the Survivors with powerful blows and unleash a rocket launcher to ensure they
stay down for the count.
City Tour Take a tour of the many different maps that are available! The Downtown,
Abandoned Park, Casino, and Research Facility maps that were all available at
launch still offer plenty of tricks, traps, and surprises in the hands of the
right Mastermind, while three other maps have been added since to keep the
Survivors on their toes.
The Prison map drops Survivors into the creepy corridors of
an old penitentiary, providing a mix of cramped corridors and open prison
cells. It’s perfect for a clever Mastermind to drop a few zombies in behind
bars or around corners to keep the Survivors’ heart rates up… and their chances
of survival down.
Meanwhile, two maps received remixed versions, keeping some
familiar sights while changing the layout to raise the stakes for both Survivors
and Masterminds alike. Re-visit the streets and buildings of Raccoon City with
the Uptown map, and enjoy a spook-tacular time at the Bemusement Park. No
ticket required, but you may have a hard time getting out once you’ve arrived
at this perilous park.
Master of Customizing Variety is the spice of life, as they say, and Survivors have quite an array of skills to choose from alongside customization options that allow them to personalize their abilities even further, with even more options added via updates since the game’s launch. Plus, additional gear has been added, giving the Survivors extra perks to help them overcome each nightmarish trial. Not to be outdone, Masterminds have also received new cards to play, allowing them to place their own modified traps and creatures to thwart the Survivors’ escape attempts.
That’s not counting all the other ways you can mix things up
as you play, with a multitude of bonus costumes, weapon skins, environmental
sprays, and even gestures for Survivors and Masterminds alike. Survivors can
get physical with luchador costumes or take a walk on the wild side with animal
costumes, while Masterminds can add a little flair to their shambling army with
unique zombie skins. There are few things scarier than an undead clown leaping
out from the shadows.
The Last Escape, For
Now With today’s update being the last planned update for Resident Evil Resistance for now, there’s lots of additional items
to look forward to this time around.
Today’s update includes two weapon types for Survivors and
new skill cards, as well as a new creature you may recognize from Resident Evil 3, the NE-α. It also
includes specific cards based on Mastermind personality types that can only be
used in certain areas. Also included are 35 Survivor skin color variations, 10
creature variations, and much more. Each character’s rank has also been upped
from 20 to 25, and the Mastermind’s rank cap has been adjusted to unlock all
skill cards at 20. Please check the official website for
That wraps up content updates for Resident Evil Resistance for now, but the development team will
continue to keep an eye out for any issues. A balance update is also in the
works, to be released in the next few days. We hope you continue to play and
enjoy duking it out as both Survivors and Masterminds! Resident Evil Resistance is included with Resident Evil 3, available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC!
For all the latest Resident Evil news, be sure to follow Resident Evil on Facebook,
Hunters of the Fifth Fleet, it’s time to pay a visit to a historical site, and confront a living legend…
Fatalis, the Legendary Black Dragon
Passed down from generation to
generation as just a legend, Fatalis is said to have wiped out an entire
kingdom overnight. Such power and potential makes for very scary stories, but
little evidence was ever made available. However, the Guild has now confirmed
the return of this mythical Elder Dragon; it’s heading straight to Castle
Schrade to finish what it had started.
Hunters, make sure you bring out your best gear and keep your wits about you venturing into this quest. Weapons from the castle’s last stand are still available—hopefully functional—and you’ll need all the help you can get to fend off the Legendary Black Dragon… and survive to tell the tales.
NOTE: Before you can take on the Special Assignment to hunt Fatalis, you must be MR 24 or higher, have completed at least the Safi’jiiva Recon Assignment, and have encountered Alatreon in its Special Assignment at least once.
Fall Seasonal Event – Fun Fright Fest
Our next seasonal event in Iceborne will be all about monsters. No,
not the ones you hunt in Quests; we’re talking creatures of darkness… demons,
succubi, and ghosts!
But don’t worry! These aren’t
real. At least not in Astera or Seliana anyway. So we’re decking out the
Seliana Gathering Hub with sinister new décor and tuning the music selection to
“spooky.” We invite you to partake in the activities and, if you’re brave
enough, try out our new seasonal food platter. Its nutritional value is a
mystery worth the dare.
And as per tradition, we’ll
feature a plethora of items to craft and collect: Armor Sets, Layered Armor,
Weapon Pendants, Palico Gear, a Poogie Outfit and more!
Fun Fright Fest will run from October 16 until November 5 UTC.
Arch-Tempered Velkhanaster Rank
Layered Armorapphire Star light your way! than the its about youing stratight
Another Arch-Tempered Elder
Dragon was just spotted on the horizon. This time, it’s none other than the
flagship monster of Iceborne,
Velkhana! Get ready to brave the harsh conditions of the Hoarfrost Reach once
more and face off against the extremely powerful Arch-Tempered Velkhana.
Those who manage to vanquish this
ruthless Elder Dragon will be awarded a special Weapon Pendant and materials to
craft the versatile Velkhana γ (gamma) armor set.
Arch-Tempered Velkhana Event Quest will be live from October 16 UTC until November 5 UTC.
Clutch Claw Boost
With the arrival of new threats,
Hunters must ready themselves as best as they can to stand a chance. And to
help nudge the odds in your favor, we’re adding a new armor skill, called
Clutch Claw Boost.
This handy new skill will allow
heavy weapons (Great Sword, Hammer, Hunting Horn, Lance, Switch Axe, Charge
Blade, Heavy Bowgun) to also draw slinger ammo from monsters—similar to what
light weapons are capable of doing—while tenderizing a monster’s hide with
their Clutch Claw weapon attack.
Conversely, light weapons (Long Sword, Sword & Shield, Dual Blades, Gunlance, Insect Glaive, Light Bowgun, Bow) will also benefit from this skill by tenderizing monsters’ hides with a single Clutch Claw weapon attack, while also drawing slinger ammo.
Master Rank Layered Armor
Calling all Fashion Hunters! The feature you’ve been waiting for is finally here. As of this latest update, Master Rank armor sets will now be available to craft as Layered Armor! Some sets will be tied to upcoming Event Quest rewards, but most sets are now available for crafting, mixing and matching. Now’s your time to shine: go, and become the Master Fashion Hunters!
Elder Melder Decorations
Good news for Hunters looking for
some rare Decorations: the Elder Melder will now be able to craft some
especially elusive jewels:
Elementless Jewel 2
Shield Jewel 2
Sharp Jewel 2
Dragonseal Jewel 3
Mighty Bow Jewel 2
Mind’s Eye Jewel 2
PC / Steam – Street Fighter V Collaboration Quests
Here come new challengers! Ryu
and Sakura make their way into the Steam version of Monster Hunter: World as Full Armor Sets and Layered Armor, part of
special limited time Challenge Quests (special quests that take place in the
Arena and offer you preset equipment choices). Fight hard and come out victorious
in these quests to craft these fierce Full Armor Sets:
“Down the Dark, Muddy Path”
“Empress in Full Bloom” (I, II, III)
“The Awakened Satsui No Hado” (I, II, III)
And if you’re looking for Layered
version of these outfits, you’ll want to complete these two Event Quests as
“When Blue Dust Surpasses Red Lust”
“The Heralds of Destruction Cry”
Street Fighter V Collaboration Challenge Quests will be available from October 1 UTC until November 5 UTC.
Good luck, and may the Sapphire Star light your way!
You asked for them, so here they are: the lyrics to Vergil’s theme “Bury the Light” in Devil May Cry 5 by Casey Edwards and Victor Borba!
Immortal temptation Takes over my mind Condemned Falling weak on my knees Summon the strength Of Mayhem
I am the storm that is approaching Provoking Black clouds in isolation I am reclaimer of my name Born in flames I have been blessed My family crest is a demon of death
Forsakened I am awakened A phoenix’s ash in dark divine Descending misery Destiny chasing time
Inherit the nightmare Surrounded by fate Can’t run away Keep walking the line Between the light Led astray
Through vacant halls I won’t surrender The truth revealed in eyes of ember We fight through fire and ice forever Two souls once lost and now they remember
I am the storm that is approaching Provoking Black clouds in isolation I am reclaimer of my name Born in flames I have been blessed My family crest is a demon of death
Forsakened I am awakened A phoenix’s ash in dark divine Descending misery Destiny chasing time Disappear into the night Lost shadows left behind Obsession’s pulling me Fading I’ve come to take what’s mine
Lurking in the shadows under veil of night Constellations of blood pirouette Dancing through the graves of those who stand at my feet Dreams of the black throne I keep on repeat A derelict of dark summoned from the ashes The puppet master congregates all the masses Pulling strings twisting minds as blades hit You want this power then come try and take it
Beyond the tree Fire burns Secret love Bloodline yearns Dark minds embrace Crimson Joy Does your dim heart Heal or Destroy?
Bury the light deep within Cast aside there’s no coming home We’re burning chaos in the wind Drifting in the ocean all alone
By the way, “Bury the Light” is now streaming online on:
Welcome new challengers! Have you heard? Street Fighter V is one of the FREE PlayStation Plus games for the month of September! If you haven’t done so yet, download the game now and add it to your library! For those of you who are new to SFV, I’m here to provide some helpful tips and resources to getting started and into fighting shape.
Getting Started in
Street Fighter V
In the Street Fighter V base game, you’ll start with 16 unique characters at the start. After the intro tutorial, it’s time to find one (or more!) that fits your style. Let’s start by picking anyone that looks to fit your playstyle preferences; check out their attribute stats for a quick summary.
Each character comes with two V-Skills and two V-Triggers to choose from. V-Skills act as a unique ability that only that character can utilize. Using these V-Skills can help build your V-Gauge, which will allow characters to unleash their V-Triggers. Each V-Trigger acts like a comeback mechanic that gives power boosts, mobility, or special attacks that can be used as long as there is meter left.
Once you’ve chosen your fighter, hit the training room to learn the ins and outs of your character. I recommend checking out the Command List in training mode and seeing the variety of moves available.
Struggling to find a character that works for you? Check out our Character Guides and Character Introduction series as well as the V-Trigger II showcase for a deeper look into all the characters in SFV.
* Note: Some combos or move properties in Character Guides and Introduction Series may be different from the latest balance update version of the game.
Don’t be afraid to revisit your choice later on, or come back to learn a new character. After you’ve chosen a character and gotten some playing time with them, you can also try out the Combo Trials to learn some practical combos for your character!
Once you have a character you like, try out the variety of single player modes available:
Arcade Mode: Experience Street Fighter’s arcade
origins with 1-on-1 battles vs. CPU- controlled characters, themed after
previous games in the series.
Story: Face off against CPU controlled
characters, while learning the backstory of the cast of SFV.
Survival: Survive against a gauntlet of CPU
opponents that increase in difficulty with each match.
Combo Trials: Learn beginner to advanced combos
for your character of choice! *Note:
Some combos or move properties in Trials and Demonstrations may be different
from the latest balance update version of the game.
If you feel you’re ready for some live competition, check out the local Versus mode or the various online modes like Casual and Ranked matches:
Versus: Player vs. Player offline couch competition!
Casual Matches: Player vs. Player online matches, with no stakes. Rule the ring and have fun!
The Battle Lounge: Create or join lobbies for up to 8 players at a time.
Ranked Matches: Get ready for some serious competition and face off against opponents for League Points. The more points you gain, the higher your rank increases!
We also have other resources for you, if you’re just starting in SFV.
For a brief rundown of SFV’s features and how to jump right in, check out the Beginner’s Guide.
“Word on the
Street” Tutorial Series
For a more in-depth guide, check out our tutorial series called “Word on the Street.” This 5-episode video series will provide you with tips and tricks to learning more strategies with Street Fighter V. You’ll start with the basics of Normal Attacks, Blocking, and Special Moves. As you start becoming more experienced, you’ll surely be craving more intricate gameplay strategies. Dive deeper into this series and learn the fighting game lingo and terminology, as well as major mechanics such as the V-System, Crush Counters, and Recoveries.
Weekly Season Character Unlocks
With so many new World Warriors joining Street Fighter V, we wanted to give everyone an opportunity to try out the rest of the cast! For a limited time, every week we’ll unlock different “Seasons” of six characters for you to try out… for FREE! We started with unlocking Season 1’s characters. As of this blog’s posting, you can try out all of the Season 2 characters, including Akuma, Kolin, Ed, Zeku, Abigail, and Menat! Stay tuned for more new character unlocks rotating every week until November 10, 2020.
Here is the current schedule:
Sep 23 – Sep 29: Season 2
Sep 30 – Oct 6: Season 3
Oct 7 – Oct 13: Season 4
Oct 14 – Nov 10: TBD
I hope these tips and tricks help give you a better idea of
how to play Street Fighter V. At the
end of the day though, have fun and play the game your way!
Once again, there’s no better time to join Street Fighter V as it’s available for
FREE right now, as part of PlayStation Plus for the month of September! And if
you like what you play, pick up the Championship
Edition Upgrade Kit to gain access to all 40 characters, over 200 costumes,
34 stages, and more!
Tokyo Game Show (TGS), the premiere video game trade show of Japan, begins on September 23rd, and Capcom will be there with info and updates on our upcoming games. Read on for where to watch live streams, and what to keep an eye out for at TGS. UPDATE: TGS 2020 Online has ended, but hit the jump for new information on Street Fighter V: Champion Edition, Monster Hunter Rise, Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition, Resident Evil Village, and RESIDENT EVIL: Infinite Darkness!
Live Stream Schedule
Watch all the latest action and announcements from Capcom at Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online live with a special English-language stream on the CapcomUSA Twitch channel!
UPDATE: Archives of the English-language streams are available at the CapcomUSA Twitch channel if you weren’t able to watch them live. We’ve also updated this article with additional information revealed at the show.
Street Fighter V: Champion Edition YAHOO! Get ready for SFV at TGS with more details on the content coming with Season V! Want more info on Season V of SFV? Check out the SFV Summer Update including info on returning characters Dan, Rose, Oro, and newcomer from the Rival Schools games, Akira!
During TGS, more info on Dan Hibiki was revealed by the SFV Development team! They discussed Dan and how he’s changed since his last appearance in SFIV and showed off some of his moves including his Gadoken fireball that can now be charged up, his new multi-punching move called “Danretsuken,” as well as one of his V-Skills which allows him to cancel his moves into a patented taunt! Speaking of taunts, they also showed off several of Dan’s new taunts, including his “Legendary Taunt.” Check out the video above to see some of Dan’s new moves in action!
Monster Hunter Rise An all-new entry in the Monster Hunter action RPG series is headed to Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021. Monster Hunter Rise will put you in the shoes of a resident of the colorful Kamura Village, a serene hub that attracts visitors with its unique culture and technology, and will task you with preparing your defenses to take on an impending cataclysmic event known as the “Rampage.” But don’t worry; you’ll have handy new gameplay tricks to help with this assignment: the Wirebug and a rideable Canyne companion, Palamute! More info on those here.
POST-TGS UPDATE: The very first uncut gameplay footage of Monster Hunter Rise is finally up! Watch our producer Ryozo Tsujimoto and director Yasunori Ichinose go over a full quest in the new Shrine Ruins. Of course, we got to show some awesome Wirebug moves and adorable Palamute animations. Check out the full gameplay here.
And, before you go, check out the TGS 2020 remix of our announcement trailer above!
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Monster Hunter Stories and RPG fans, rejoice! This is the sequel you’ve been waiting for, coming to Nintendo Switch in summer 2021. Once more, you’ll be able to play as a Rider, with the ability to form special bonds with monsters, raising and training them to battle alongside you. Wings of Ruin will take you on an unforgettable adventure centered around a mysterious phenomenon causing Rathalos to migrate unexpectedly. Watch the game’s first trailer in our announcement blog post.
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition Feel the POWER of Next-Gen! The ultimate version of 2019’s Action Game of the Year, Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition is coming at you fast and with plenty of style! Everyone’s favorite power-hungry Son of Sparda, Vergil, will be playable and various new features will be included that are only possible thanks to the power of Next-Gen consoles: Turbo Mode, Legendary Dark Knight Mode and Ray Tracing. Aaaaand… it’s launching digitally day 1 with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / Series S!
If this got you motivated, check out more info and details on Vergil DLC for current Devil May Cry 5 players in our announcement blog post.
POST-TGS UPDATE: Did you catch our Special Edition TGS 2020 showcase? Producer Matt Walker got together with legendary director Hideaki Itsuno and game designer Junya Kumabe to show off some of the exciting bits from DMC5SE, including a side-by-side speed comparison of Turbo Mode and 10 full seconds of Vergil gameplay footage. Yeah… we know you want to see more… but that’ll have to wait just a bit longer. In the meantime, check out the archive here, and please feel free to dissect those 10 precious seconds. 😉
Resident Evil Village A direct sequel to the critically acclaimed Resident Evil 7 biohazard, and the eighth mainline entry in the Resident Evil series. Step into the frosty shoes of protagonist Ethan Winters as he explores a snow-covered village. Set after the events of RE7 and his terrifying encounters with the Baker family, Ethan’s quiet life with his wife Mia is shattered, leaving him in search of answers amid snow-covered peaks. You can read more about what to expect in Resident Evil Village with our announce blog, and catch up on the story so far with the 2nd trailer.
Putting the development of Resident Evil Village into focus, Director Morimasa Sato and Producer Peter Fabiano talked at length about the themes and intent behind the upcoming survival horror game. It’s definitely worth watching for Resident Evil and survival horror fans alike, as well as those of you who want to know more about the decisions the team made when approaching the game’s visuals and themes.
That wasn’t all, though – in a surprise announcement from TGS 2020, RESIDENT EVIL: Infinite Darkness, a new CGI animated series coming to Netflix, was announced! Check out the teaser trailer above for more info on the upcoming horror-action series, as well as a closer look at the two protagonists of the show who need no introduction: Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy.
Today, at the Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase September 2020, we had the honor of partnering up with Nintendo to announce two brand new Monster Hunter games coming to Nintendo Switch: Monster Hunter Rise coming March 26, 2021 and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin coming Summer 2021. Both of these games take place within the world of Monster Hunter and set out to offer you fresh gameplay and story experiences. Keep on reading to learn more.
Before we dive a bit deeper into what makes these games special, have you watched their trailers yet? You should; they’re pretty awesome!
Alright, now let’s talk Monster Hunter Rise.
Story and Setting
Monster Hunter Rise will put you in the shoes of a resident of the colorful Kamura Village, a serene hub that attracts visitors with its unique culture and technology. The surrounding areas (which, by the way, will be open maps without loading screens between zones) are home to a variety of exceptional monsters too. Naturally, these creatures match the themes of their habitats and will present new challenges to all hunters. Today, we revealed a few denizens of the Shrine Ruins: the menacing flagship monster Magnamalo, the graceful Aknosom, the heavy hitter Tetranadon and the Izuchi pack leader Great Izuchi. But rest assured, Monster Hunter Rise will feature a plethora of new and returning monsters. Your quest in Monster Hunter Rise starts with the discovery of evidence pointing to the impending return of a cataclysmic event known as the “Rampage.” Sharpen your hunting skills and upgrade your weapons to take this threat head on and save Kamura Village!
With every Monster Hunter game, our team sets out to improve the gameplay systems and offer fresh takes on the hunting experience. This time, the focus is on dialing up the pacing of the hunt with more options for mobility.
– this new addition to your hunting toolkit is a trusty form of Endemic Life
that inhabits the areas neighboring Kamura Village. At virtually any moment,
you can send your Wirebug a short distance away from you and zip straight to it
or swing from it to quickly dash around, become airborne, wall-run up cliffs or
to get out of harm’s way. And in some cases, you can even weave it into some
– we’re all wagging our tails in excitement to welcome a brand new companion to
the world of Monster Hunter… the
Canyne Palamute! This trusty new pal will be joining the current hunting party
formation (Hunter & Palico), bringing its own set of combat abilities and
rounding out the team with an extra boost to mobility. Yep, you can ride your
Palamute into battle, traversing the open areas faster than ever before!
The Monster Hunter Rise release date has been set for March 26, 2021, but you can already secure your copy starting today. Head over to the official website to find out more, including details on our pre-order bonuses, in addition Deluxe Edition and Collector’s Edition. We can’t wait to share more info on this game, so stay tuned!
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin
Monster Hunter Stories
fans, rejoice! This is the sequel you’ve been waiting for. Once more, you’ll be
able to play as a Rider, with the ability to form special bonds with monsters,
raising and training them to battle alongside you. Wings of Ruin will take you on an unforgettable adventure centered
around a mysterious phenomenon causing Rathalos to migrate unexpectedly… and
that’s all we can say for now.
We’re still a bit far from release, so if you haven’t played the first game, now is a great chance to pick up Monster Hunter Stories (available on Nintendo 3DS, Android and iOS), and catch up on its charming world and story.
That’s about all the news we have for today. If you’re itching to see more Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, check out Monster Hunter Direct – 9.17.2020 for some additional insight on these games from Monster Hunter series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto and Monster Hunter Rise director Yasunori Ichinose:
Monster Hunter Rise launches on Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021 and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin for Nintendo Switch is set for a Summer 2021 release window. Remember to follow the Monster Hunter channels on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and the Capcom Discord Server to stay up to date on the latest news.
Slice open the gates to the next generation of gaming in SSStyle with Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition, featuring the highly-anticipated return of Vergil in playable form, Turbo Mode, Legendary Dark Knight and some special next-gen powered treats. Keep on reading to learn all about this ultimate version of 2019’s Action Game of the Year.
Vergil, the Dark
You’ve been asking for this, and while it wasn’t in the cards when we set out to launch Devil May Cry 5, as soon as development conversations started for DMC5 Special Edition, we knew it had to feature playable Vergil. And here he is.
I’m sure you’ll notice all sorts of neat tricks and
additions to Vergil’s moveset from the trailer. I won’t spoil all the details
today, but personally, I find all those clips very motivating…
Quick side note: we’ll
also be offering Vergil as paid DLC for Xbox One, PS4 and PC owners of DMC5.
More details on that soon.
Say, hypothetically, that playing as Vergil is not enough for you… to that I say “Foolishness!” but also “Fret not, we got you covered.” DMC5 Special Edition will also mark the return of beloved game modes Turbo Mode (20% gameplay speed increase!) and Legendary Dark Knight (copious amounts of enemies coming at you at once!). We’ll have more info on these very soon, so stay tuned.
Power of Next-Gen
In addition to Turbo Mode and Legendary Dark Knight, our team also took a look under the hood of the upcoming Next-Gen hardware to see what else they could squeeze into this game. DMC5 was already a really stylish-looking game, with its own take on photorealistic graphics thanks to the RE Engine. So with the jump to Next-Gen, the question came up as to how we could make it look better. The answer… was Ray Tracing! Instead of me trying to explain this, how about we see it in action? DMC5 Producer Matt Walker will be your guide in our Ray Tracing Overview Video and in this in-depth entry on the PlayStation Blog.
Of course, we also have a couple of additional enhancements,
albeit less flashy, such as increased framerates and reduced loading times.
We’re hoping these will smooth out the experience even more for you.
As a quick recap: Devil
May Cry 5 Special Edition will be launching digitally Day 1 on PlayStation
5 and Xbox Series X / Xbox Series S. We’re also working on a physical version,
launching at a later date, and will be offering Vergil as paid DLC for Xbox
One, PS4 and PC.
Making its debut at PlayStation 5 Showcase, a new trailer for Resident Evil Village has been released! Hit the jump to see what’s in store for Ethan as he explores a snow-covered village nestled among ice-capped mountains.
Prior to the events of Resident Evil Village, Ethan Winters received a mysterious email from Mia, his wife, who had been missing for a few years. Without the slightest hint of hesitation, Ethan made his way to Dulvey, Louisiana to search for Mia’s whereabouts… and was led straight to the mansion of the twisted Baker family as a result. Resident Evil 7 biohazard set the stage for a new generation of survival horror as seen directly through Ethan’s eyes, making the struggle for survival through a house of nightmares that much more personal. While Ethan and Mia were ultimately able to escape and create a new, peaceful life together, a new tragedy is about to unfold… one that will take a distraught Ethan to a mystifying village in search of answers to painful questions.
While the village itself may look pristine from all the
freshly fallen snow, disturbing events are happening just out of sight. Flickering
movements catch the corners of Ethan’s eyes, while strange shapes loom on the
horizon. It’s among the dilapidated sheds and houses that he may find his
answers… or he may find something far more sinister. Strange creatures, odd
symbols, and an unusual fairy tale all come together with the power of the RE
Engine in the latest trailer to make Resident
Evil Village a true showcase of next-generation survival horror.
We’ll leave it to all of you to decipher some of the finer
points of what we’ve shared so far, and invite you to check out our announcement
blog for more details on the upcoming game. Resident Evil Village is coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X,
and PC in 2021.
Want to experience the events of Resident Evil 7 biohazard to get ready for Village? RE7 is available
now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with special franchise sales happening now
(check the page for specific end dates). You can also take a trip to the Baker
mansion via PlayStation Now and Xbox Game Pass, so now’s a great time to see
what you’ve been missing in the lead-up to Resident
This simple greeting – coupled with a knock-out punch from the patriarch of the Baker family – was many people’s first introduction to the world of Resident Evil 7 biohazard. With the survival horror masterpiece available now on Xbox Game Pass worldwide and PlayStation Now where available, it’s the perfect time to take a trip to Dulvey, Louisiana to experience the events that take place before Resident Evil Village, the upcoming eighth main entry in the storied franchise coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC in 2021.
View events through Ethan’s eyes from start to finish as he
survives a house of horrors in search of his wife who mysteriously disappeared
several years earlier. Face off against the twisted Baker family as you seek a
way out. Fight your way through grotesque creatures as you try to survive long
enough to see daybreak once again. Experience the survival horror masterpiece
that takes Resident Evil back to the basics that define survival horror.
If you’ve got Xbox Game Pass, it’s easy to begin your
journey to the Baker estate. All you have to do is navigate to the Game Pass
app, then look for Resident Evil 7
biohazard on the list. That’s it! It’s way easier than escaping the Baker’s
For those of you who have PlayStation Now, surprise! It’s
just as quick and painless – though your encounters with the Bakers will be
anything but. Open the PlayStation Now app and find Resident Evil 7 biohazard, then start playing.
Good luck – you’re gonna need it if you want to survive the
Baker’s house of horrors. If you see the Sewer Gators out there, tell them
we’re looking for them. The upcoming Resident
Evil Village will also be featured at TGS 2020, so stay tuned to Resident
Evil social channels for all the latest, too.