Devil May Cry 5 - Capcom USA

Music aficionados, rejoice! A variety of soundtracks from our recent releases are now available to purchase as stand-alone albums via the new Steam Music Player, including the Devil May Cry 5 Original Soundtrack!

Previously available only as DLC that required their respective game purchases, these soundtracks are now part of our first wave of music being converted to Steam’s new Music Player. This means you can actually enjoy the game’s rockin’ tunes without necessarily owning the full game. And to get the party started, we have even discounted some of the soundtracks for a limited time!

Devil May Cry 5 Original Soundtrack – 20% off

All soundtracks are available in a variety of formats including MP3, AAC and FLAC, offering plenty of flexibility between small file sizes and superb audio quality. Also note that if you already owned these soundtracks as part of previous DLC purchases, you get to keep them in your Steam Music Player and have access to the newly available file formats for certain soundtracks.

So head on over to our curated list of Capcom Original Soundtracks on Steam and enjoy your favorite Capcom tunes!
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit

Microsoft's Black Friday sale has begun, which means massive savings for all you Xbox One owners out there. While you can head to our Xbox Black Friday deals hub for a giant list of great Xbox One deals, we also wanted to highlight the aptly titled Black Friday Game Deals sale.

There are currently lots of great discounts on the Xbox marketplace, but be aware that you have to be an Xbox Live Gold member to avail yourself of the offers right now. The deals will be made available to everyone else on 24th November, and the sale runs right up to Monday 2nd December.

We've had a poke around Phil Spencer's digital storefront and found some of 2019's best video games have been discounted by up to 50 per cent. Not too bad, eh?

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Devil May Cry 5

Though it seems most mods these days focus on either stripping characters starkers or Thomas-the-Tank-Engine-ing everything, here's a brilliant little Devil May Cry 5 mod that's neither of those things: it enables three-player co-op on PC.

As spotted by wccftech, the mod buffs the game's original Cameo System which used to permit random players to jump in and join you. Modders Dante and Raz0r have gone several steps further than this, however, boosting the options to include co-op matchmaking in almost all of the missions, including the Bloody Palace, and an auto-reconnect hack, too, so you can instantly reconnect when unpausing the game.

While the modders are actively committed to improving the mod and have resolved a number of issues, missions 6, 18, 19, 20 and BP stage 101 retain a number of concerns and are therefore not compatible. You also can't have more than one of each character on your team, either.

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Devil May Cry 5 has a limited kind of online co-op in the form of its cameo system, which only activates in certain levels where more than one of the game's protagonists is present, seamlessly inserting another player in that role. Thanks to this system's presence it's proved possible for modders Dante and Raz0r to hack online co-op into most of the campaign missions, and Bloody Palace mode as well. Up to three players can fight together as Nero, Dante, and V—though having multiple instances of the same character is apparently impossible.

This mod also enables some of the graphics options normally only visible in cutscenes, and has a floating pause menu that won't interrupt your co-op buddies. It's a nice piece of work all round.

Download the DMC 5 Co-op Trainer from Nexus Mods.

Devil May Cry 5

It's fair to say that Capcom has had a tremendous year, and it looks like the publisher is celebrating with a big fat sale at Fanatical.

While its impressive Resident Evil 2 Remake and record-breaking Monster Hunter World aren't among the offers, this year's Devil May Cry 5 is, which has been slashed by half to 22.49 - a Smoking Sexy Stylish deal for one of the best action games of the year.

Other highlights that are down to just a few quid include the rather underrated 2014 reboot of Strider, cult favourite Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen and DontNod's pre-Life is Strange dystopian action adventure Remember Me.

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Devil May Cry 5 - Valve
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Blair Witch

Microsoft has fumbled around in its magical bag of Game Pass treats and yanked out a fresh helping of games coming to the Xbox One and PC subscription service this month, including Devil May Cry 5, The Bard's Tale 4, and Blair Witch.

Starting today, the big 'un is Capcom's superb hack-and-slash revival, Devil May Cry 5, which will be available for Game Pass subscribers on Xbox One. Also coming to console via Game Pass today is Paradox's mighty sci-fi grand strategy opus Stellaris, while PC players get their strategy fix in the form of Age of Empires: Definitive Edition.

As for the rest of August, there's jazz-hued primate action from Ape Out, arriving on PC and Xbox One next Thursday, 22nd August, and open-world RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance is added on the same day.

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Devil May Cry 5

It seems online retailers are still forming an orderly queue to begin their seasonal sales. Now, another has made their way to the front of the pack as today marks the start of the Gamesplanet Summer Sale.

It's off to a very strong start, too, as the headline flash deal for Monday is Devil May Cry 5 for 24.99. The latest entry in the demonic hack-and-slasher is "unashamedly old school" in its approach to reinvigorating the stylish series. I thought it was perfectly good, sure, but I'll always have a soft spot for Ninja Theory's punky attempt with DmC: Devil May Cry.

That's definitely cheap, but if you're happy to use them you can also find it for a few quid cheaper at 18.99 from CD Keys. Devil May Cry 5 is also down to 27.85 on PS4 at Base, which is the lowest price we've seen for the console version so far. Sadly it hasn't been matched on Xbox One.

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Several times a year, public companies chat with investors about how the business is going, answering questions from analysts and shareholders at the end. In the games industry, these questions are usually very boring. Listening in to the EA, Activision, and Ubisoft calls, we've now heard at least three iterations of "So what does Fortnite mean for the landscape?"

But as Niko Partners senior analyst Daniel Ahmad pointed out on Twitter, a Capcom shareholders meeting held back in June was the exception to the rule. You can read the full transcript here, but there's really just one investor (or troll who sneaked in?) you need to know about. They begin their barrage with my all-time favorite shareholder question:

"My son is fervent online game player but says that Capcom’s graphics are unsophisticated. Please do something about this."

I love everything about that. The son. The firm request that they "do something" about the son's opinion. It's a beautiful thing. Capcom of course gave a standard response, noting that it has "become able to collect feedback from players in a manner of different ways."

The questioner was not done there. After a big swing with question one, they came back with a strong left hook:

"Regarding Arcade Operations, when my son was younger, arcade trading-card games were popular, generating long lines to play. I would really like to see a comeback for arcades as a family entertainment option. I want you to invent an explosive, hit arcade machine."

I see no reason why one wouldn't invent an explosive, hit arcade machine. Capcom should do this, in my opinion. 

Still, they were not done. Even after insisting Capcom make its graphics better and also invent a very good arcade game, which is quite a bit of work, this attendee still had one more request: 

"Have you provided any gifts for shareholders today? I want some original Capcom merchandise."

The answer was no. How cruel.

I should say that other people asked questions during the meeting—questions that were actually questions and not demands that they tighten up the graphics, and if you really want to read about the Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle's performance, you can find the answers here

I wish more shareholders brought their sons' opinions about videogames into meetings, though. Imagine someone demanding that EA explain why their son keeps yelling "POG champ" at them.


Devil May Cry 5 "successfully reinvigorated" the series, Capcom has said.

Capcom shipped 2m copies of the action game, it confirmed in a financial report. Shipped doesn't mean sales to customers, but Capcom stressed Devil May Cry 5, alongside Resident Evil 2, had "exceeded expectations".

Devil May Cry 5 is the first "mainline" entry in the series for over 10 years, and follows Ninja Theory's excellent but, according to Capcom, non-mainline DmC: Devil May Cry, which came out in 2013.

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