During the PlayStation 5 showcase, Capcom announced Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition which will benefit from next-gen features such as ray tracing and enhanced 3D audio. Available on PS5 and Series X digitally at launch for $39.99 (physical versions at a later date), the title features fan-requested mode Vergil which will also release later as a DLC for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
@catfish: the thing is Ps5 i'll bet couldn't handle 60fps@native4K as easly as seriesx. Thats the ironic shit, capable hardware throend between AA skills limited teams of 1st party devs mostly. meh. (1 Hour ago)
The Ascent is the only game that looks a bit next gen to me on XSX, although this is likely PC footage. (4 Hours ago)
[url] its quite something how detailed the 4K output is. (15 Hours ago)
Almost could pass like any other PS5 exclusive, even the "next-gen" effects that are starting to define the early output of nre engines (that smoke, debries, ligting/bloom) its very similar to Demon's (15 Hours ago)
whoa [url] this game looks really good almost a mismatch on the Series "cross-gen machine" X fuled with shit like Dirt and AssCreed. (15 Hours ago)