Devil May Cry 5 ‘The Void’ developer diary

A comprehensive training mode.

Devil May Cry 5

Capcom has released a new developer diary for Devil May Cry 5 introducing “The Void,” a comprehensive training mode playable in the game.

Here is an overview of the developer diary, via Capcom:

Devil May Cry 5 producer Matt Walker joined director Hideaki Itsuno from Capcom’s head office in the vibrant city of Osaka to show off the rich culture of the city and share how the team draws from their surroundings. Itsuno provided insight into how Capcom’s action games are influenced by the Osaka area, before giving Inside Xbox a first look at the comprehensive training mode he’s created for Devil May Cry 5 – dubbed ‘The Void’. As a first for Xbox fans, Itsuno gave a personal tour of Nero’s Devil Breakers, including the bonus Devil Breakers available in the Deluxe Edition content of Devil May Cry 5.

Capcom also announced that more information on Devil May Cry 5 will be shared at The Game Awards 2018 on December 6. Read more about the awards show here.

Devil May Cry 5 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 8, 2019.

Watch the developer diary below.

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