Devil May Cry 5 surpasses 5 million copies…
One of the best Hack and Slash action games
Capcom has officially announced that Devil May Cry 5, which was released in 2019, has sold 5 million copies worldwide. This number also includes sales of the Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition that was released on the new generation in November of last year.
Devil May Cry 5 is one of the best third-person Hack and Slash action games from Capcom, where the game has been well received by critics and rated 88/100 on Metacritics.
With this, the series joins Capcom’s large Blockbuster game chains, which achieved huge returns for the Japanese publisher, such as the Resident Evil series, providing an experience that revived the series that its fans almost missed by copying the remake and sequel.
We hope that these successes will be a good motivation for Capcom to continue presenting more parts of the Devil May Cry series, although silence has prevailed so far.
We recall that Devil May Cry 5 is now available on PlayStation, Xbox and PC, where it can be obtained at a special price within the ongoing discount campaigns through the digital stores of some of these platforms.
Recently, the director of the game, Hideaki Itsuno, teased us about his upcoming project, which appears to have entered the full development stage, but there is still a lot of time to reveal it.
Etsuno, through his Twitter account, shared a picture of him with some of the performers wearing MOCAP costumes, indicating that his new project is already under development, but it is still far away, hinting that his unveiling may not be far away.
Have you tried the game yet, what is your impression of it?