Devil May Cry 5 is now working at Gamescom 2018 in Cologne, and today I must head up close and personal with all the Xbox One version of the game working on Xbox One X.
I frankly don’t have any words to explain how impressed I am with the game’s graphics. This really is a testament to the Resident Evil Engine, which seems to be quite effective with a genre that is certainly very different from Biohazard.
The action feels exceptionally good, and I truly appreciated my limited time using Nero. Unfortunately, the Goliath got the best of me at the conclusion of the level, but that I ’Id say that I need a little work getting used to the controllers to win against that one.
Devil May Cry 5 releases on March 8th, 2019, for PS4, Xbox One, also PC.
Should you’d prefer to reserve a copy, you can already pre-order it on Amazon.
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