‘Devil May Cry 5’ Will Have Only One DLC: Bloody Palace

The highly awaited game from Capcom is only a few days away, and we cannot wait to get our hands on the hack and slash action game. But if you thought that you would get more from DMC 5, you’re in for some bad news – or good news?

The Bloody Palace

The good news about Devil May Cry 5 is that it will be released on 8 March for  PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It will get an update that will bring the free Bloody Palace DLC, but Capcom Producer Matt Walker announced in a Twitter response that for the moment there are no other future plans:

Looking back at the awesome Monster Hunter World getting many DLC’s, updates and themed events, we thought that it would be the same for DMC 5. We hope that Capcom changes their minds and add more stuff if the game sells well. The previous Devil May Cry games got post-launch support, which can only mean that Capcom could rethink their decisions in the future.

Moreover, a few weeks ago, Devil May Cry 5 director Hideaki Itsuno stated in an interview with Gameshot that there would be more playable characters added to the game if players demand it.

Preorder Devil May Cry 5 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Nevertheless, all Devil May Cry fans will surely buy this game, especially since they played the demo and got to taste the new installment. You can preorder the game and get five different colored costumes and 100,000 Red Orbs.

You can opt for the Devil May Cry 5 Standard Edition which is $59,99 on all retailers for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The Devil May Cry 5 Deluxe Edition will come with the game and some more in-game goodies at $69,99 for PS4 and Xbox One, while on Steam for PC it is – $70.42.

The most expensive edition is the Devil May Cry 5 Collector’s Edition, which comes with the deluxe edition and physical items – at $149.99, and can only be bought on Amazon and the Capcom store.

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