Devil May Cry 5 TGS 2018 Trailer Shows Dante in Action, Deluxe Edition Revealed

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Capcom promised more Devil May Cry 5 news at Tokyo Game Show 2018 and boy have they delivered. We have a new trailer first off that focuses mostly on Dante and showing what he can do in the new game. It also gives us our first look at both returning characters Lady and Trish. We also get our first look at the brand new character V who will be the third playable character in the game. Check that trailer out below.

Capcom also revealed the Deluxe Edition for the game which you could see a tease of in the trailer above. Among other things you will get a Devil Breaker arm for Nero that allows him to use Mega Man’s Mega Buster. We have another trailer here showing that off.

You can read full details on the Deluxe Edition below.

  • Four exclusive Devil Breaker arms for Nero
    • Buster Arm: Gain early access to the Buster Arm, one of Nero’s new Devil Breaker weapons.
    • Mega Buster: A weapon that recreates Mega Man’s legendary Mega Buster. Boasting a unique silhouette, it’s designed for long-range attacks. Equipping it activates special variations on the side roll and jump moves.
    • Pasta Breaker: A Devil Breaker that makes pasta extra easy to eat. Created by Nico for clumsy Nero from Helter Skelter and Punch Line parts. The revolving fork on the end is neat, but it’s not particularly useful in battle.
    • Sweet Surrender: A Devil Breaker created by Nico to relieve Kyrie’s tension. Nero is too rough to do the job without hurting Kyrie, so this device is made of soft materials. Its vibration feature is especially effective at alleviating shoulder and hip pain.
  • Live-action cutscenes: Changes the in-game cutscenes to the live-action movies recorded during development. Use the Options > Cutscene Customize option to change (available after starting mission 2).
  • Battle music: 12 tracks from Devil May Cry 1 to 4
    • Devil May Cry Battle Track 3-Pack – Allows you to change the battle music to tracks from Devil May Cry. Use the Gallery > Jukebox option to change music (available after starting mission 2).
      • Track 1: “Public Enemy” (Dante Battle Theme 1)
      • Track 2: “Ultra Violet” (Nelo Angelo Boss Battle Theme)
      • Track 3: “Lock & Load” (Dante General Theme 2)
    • Devil May Cry 2 Battle Track 3-Pack – Allows you to change the battle music to tracks from Devil May Cry 2. Use the Gallery > Jukebox option to change music (available after starting mission 2).
      • Track 1: “Fire Away” (Dante Battle Theme 1)
      • Track 2: “Wings of the Guardian” (Lucia Battle Theme)
      • Track 3: “Shoot the Works” (Dante Battle Theme)
    • Devil May Cry 3 Battle Track 3-Pack – Allows you to change the battle music to tracks from Devil May Cry 3. Use the Gallery > Jukebox option to change music (available after starting mission 2).
      • Track 1: “Battle 1” (Dante Battle Theme)
      • Track 2: “Vergil Battle 2” (Vergile Boss Battle Theme)
      • Track 3: “Devils Never Cry” (End Credits Theme)
    • Devil May Cry 4 Battle Track 3-Pack – Allows you to change the battle music to tracks from Devil May Cry 3. Use the Gallery > Jukebox option to change music (available after starting mission 2).
      • Track 1: “The Time has Come” (Nero Battle Theme)
      • Track 2: “Lock and Load: Blackened Angel Mix” (Dante Battle Theme)
      • Track 3: “Sworn Through Swords” (Berial Boss Battle Theme)
  • Alternate title calls: Changes the title call voice. Use the Gallery > Jukebox option to change (available after starting mission 2).
  • Alternate Style rank announcers: Changes the style rank announcer voice. Use the Gallery > Jukebox option to change (available after starting mission 2).
  • Alternate hero colors: A set of special costume colors for Nero and Dante. You can change these in the game.
  • Dante weapon: Cavaliere R: A version of the Cavaliere weapon Dante acquires, which has been customized by Nico for Dante’s use. Its instantaneous output has been increased, and its appearance matches Dante’s thematic color. Can be used in-game after acquiring the the Cavaliere.

Devil May Cry 5 launches on March 8, 2019 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Justin Oneil
One of Head Writers and PR here on ThisGenGaming.com. I've been playing games for over 20 years now and play everything from AAA blockbusters to Indie games. You can find me on all the current consoles and on my twitter account.
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Justin Oneil

One of Head Writers and PR here on ThisGenGaming.com. I've been playing games for over 20 years now and play everything from AAA blockbusters to Indie games. You can find me on all the current consoles and on my twitter account.