DmC Devil May Cry producers interviewed at E3

Capcom Unity shot a video interview with the producers of DmC Devil May Cry behind closed doors at E3, last week. The 19 minute discussion talks up the new trailer, which producer Alex Jones says was meant to highlight the gameplay that the Devil May Cry fan base has come to know and love.

The goal of DmC Devil May Cry was to create something that is Devil May Cry, but to also create something abolutely updated and new at the same time. It is a retelling of Dante’s story from the start, according to the producers, and shouldn’t use other Devil May Cry games as a template.

In the new trailer, there’s a small segment where the world goes black and white and Dante’s hair turns white. Jones wouldn’t reveal specifics about the ability, but said that it is a key power for Dante.

Though in development at Enslaved and Heavenly Sword studio Ninja Theory, DmC Devil May Cry has the same director as past entries in the franchise: Hideaki Itsuno.

Check out the interview in full below.

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