Devil May Cry HD Collection cleaves through demons next year

Yolanda Curtis
December 7, 2017

Capcom are the latest with the reveal of the Devil May Cry HD Collection which is coming out March 13th next year.

In addition to bringing together the three titles for the first time on current-gen consoles, the collection will also feature "silky smooth 60fps gameplay" to complement the games' appearance on the updated hardware compared to their original debut on the PS2. The original Devil May Cry was the brainchild of Hideki Kamiya, who then worked on Bayonetta.

Priced at $29.99 Dollars, the collection will available in physical and digital forms. That's pretty much the only newsworthy thing about the announcement though, as they only mention that the three games (1, 2, and 3) will run at 60 FPS and have better graphics besides that.

Devil May Cry is the story of Dante, a half human - half demon who takes care of demonic creatures that make their way to Earth.

The publishing giant confirmed today that the bundle, previously released back in 2012 for last-generation machines, will be available to download or purchase in-store from March 13, 2018. Capcom didn't confirm any additional visual improvements so it is safe to assume that the games will be a simple port of the PS3 and 360 version of the collection.

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