Devil May Cry 5

Fans of the franchise are already well aware, but for the rest of us: Devil May Cry 5 is now available globally. This is the latest in the long-running Capcom developed franchise that saw its peak back with 2013's highly rated DmC: Devil May Cry. This was a game that scored better than the previous three releases.

Actually, according to reviews, the franchise peaked at the very first game, but it's more amusing to say DmC was the best game out of all of them.

Devil May Cry 5 continues the story of Dante, Nero, and Vergil starting at a price tag of $59.99 (USD). There's a Deluxe Edition also available for $69.99 and a physical Collector's Edition for $149.99. We'll talk about those in a second. We first have to mention that Bloody Palace Mode is coming as a free update in April to everyone that owns the game on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

This latest entry in the over-the-top action series drops you into the battleground of a new demonic invasion where humanity’s last hope rests in the hands of three demon hunters: Nero, Dante and newcomer V. Each has a radically different combat play style and arsenal to draw from and, as always, style counts. Experience the thrilling culmination of the Sons of Sparda saga and settle the eternal battle of good vs. evil once and for all.

In addition to the MSRP $59.99 standard edition of Devil May Cry 5, the MSRP $69.99 Deluxe Edition is also available today, featuring the full game plus: four alternate devil breaker weapons for Nero, motorcycle weapon variant for Dante, alternate style rank and title screen announcers, behind the scenes live action cutscenes, and classic battle theme music options. For serious demon hunters, the Devil May Cry 5 Collector’s Edition, exclusive to North America, includes everything from the Deluxe Edition, as well as a replica model of Nico’s motor home, art book and notes from Nico's workbench, premium pin, bumper sticker and an 11" x 17" exclusive cloth print all for MSRP $149.99.