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Devil May Cry 5 Gets a New Gameplay Footage, Shows off Dante’s Devil Arms Cerberus, Barlog, Awesome Hat and More

Devil May Cry 5

Devil May Cry 5 Interesting new Game-play footage has been released by Capcom on the recently held Ney York Comic-Con panel. However, the panel wasn’t live streamed, but a YouTuber R K has in fact uploaded some of the game’s footage online. The footages by RK show a rather interesting game-play with some nice goodies that are coming your way.


In the Devil May Cry 5 released footages, we can see Cavaliere bike in action. Additionally, there are some nice and unique combos in Sword-master style also on the show. The footage shows two of the returning ones such as Cerberus and Barlog from Devil May Cry 3.

The biggest and most attention-worthy reveal via the new footage is the Devil Arm Cerberus that returns from Devil May Cry 3. Cerberus is one of the very first devil arms that Dante used in DMC3. The return of Cerberus is quite a shocker as well as a good news for all the Devil May Cry 5 fans. As revealed in one of the videos, Cerberus will, in fact, have three modes namely Ice Nunchuks, Lightening Chain, and Fire Bo-staff.

Moreover, Faust, the new Hat is also introduced in the game. This hat lets players use the red orbs as the main resource to deliver attacks such as Meteor Storms to the opponents. So, the more the beating of the enemies, the more red orbs are there for you.

On top of all that, some new static images of Nero have also been revealed. These images show off the devil breakers of Nero such as the Sweet Surrender and Pasta Breaker.

Devil May Cry is set to launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 9th, 2019. Pre-orders for the game are also now available. Check out all the newly released gameplay footage for Devil May Cry 5 below.

1. Cerberus and Three Modes

2. Cavaliere – Swordmaster Combos

3. The Barlog Combos

4. Faust Hat and Red Orbs

5. Sweet Surrender

6. Devil Breaker

7. Pasta Breaker

8. Cavaliere R Explanation

 

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