Even though the upcoming special edition of Devil May Cry 5 will feature many improvements for the next-gen Xbox consoles (series’ X and S) it has been reported that the special edition will only have support for ray tracing on the series X. Capcom announced that both versions of the game will still be supporting the enhanced 3D audio, the Legendary Dark Knight difficulty, the 120 rate of fps as well as reduced load times, a playable Vergil and Turbo Mode.
Ray tracing will be available on the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5 on Xbox Series X as a downloadable title update. On the side of the Series S, Ray tracing will also be possible, though, just not on this particular game. Despite this Capcom did say that it’s: “just now scratching the surface of what they can do” and that they are “eager to continue exploring the full capabilities of Xbox Series X/S in the future.”
Even though Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition ray tracing and 4K will feature on the next-gen consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X only, Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition will be mostly the same for the Xbox Series S as well.
The game will be launched alongside the release of the Xbox Series X and S, as well as the PS5. Xbox One and PS4 users will not be able to see these upgrades, though they will have the chance to play as Vergil through a paid DLC.
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