That's one of the things shown off in the latest Devil May Cry trailer, which showcases a crossover with Mega Man 11. You can also get alternate voices for style rank announcers and title calls at a dollar apiece, or get new battle tracks - just $3 for a three-track pack from the previous DMC game of your choice.
Devil May Cry 5 will be powered by RE Engine and looks absolutely gorgeous. According to a Capcom Unity blog post, however, the game will feature some new twists on these classic archetypes. While DMC4's returning hero Nero is set to play the lead role again, original devil hunter Dante is back with his sidekicks in tow.
The trailer also gives a more detailed look at one of Dante's new weapons - his motorbike Cavaliere, which cannot only be split into two giant clubs/chainsaws, but can also be ridden in the middle of combat. We're still big fans of his motorbike/dual swords.
Along with revealing a new trailer and details on the Deluxe Edition of Devil May Cry 5, Capcom also announced that the action game would be mixing in with one of the publisher's other most iconic franchises.
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First, here are the character renders for Dante, Trish, and Lady released at TGS 2018.
In related news, Capcom released a music video for Dante's battle theme yesterday, titled Subhuman. Hopefully, those animations are included in the final game.
If all goes smoothly, Devil May Cry 5 is due to launch on March 8th, 2019, and will cost £45/€60/60, or about £10 more for the Deluxe edition.