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Capcom Announces Devil May Cry Demo Will Arrive Next Week.
The folks over at Capcom and Ninja Theory have announced that they will be releasing a demo of DmC: Devil May Cry just one week. On November 20th gamers in North America will be able to get their hands on the demo release, for both Xbox Live and PSN, and then just twenty four hours after, the demo will be available for those in Europe, on the 21st November 2012. Sadly there has been no update on a PC demo but for now, the two other platforms can have a taster of what is soon to arrive in Dante’s latest adventure.
With the teaser involving two missions, one which will feature a boss battle, it will surely show enough to settle the fans worries and rumours about the choice of developer, the 30 FPS situation and of course, Dante’s hair. It will allow you to decide whether these changes do in fact make DmC less of a Devil May Cry game, or whether it is going to be brilliant.
DmC: Devil May Cry will be released on January 15th 2013, so not too long now for you budding fans. Even better, it is said that Capcom is also planning to release a new expansion pack for the game, titled ‘Virgil’s Downfall’, which will allow you to take control of Dante’s sibling in a brand new adventure to expand on the forthcoming game.
What do you think of the demo release? Will you be playing it, and if so, will you be doing so to see if the game changes have made an impact on the Devil May Cry Franchise, or just because your excited for it?