The Devil May Cry 5 devs decided to clarify on Twitter that the Xbox Series S won’t get ray tracing support in the Special Edition. But there will be a 120 frames per second mode.
We’re thrilled to bring Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition to Xbox Series X and Series S with high frame rates of 120 fps and improved 3D sound, faster load times, new difficulty mode, turbo mode, and Vergil as a playable character.
Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition players on Xbox Series X will be able to experience ray-traced 4K gaming. Both consoles deliver amazing performance. However, there will be no ray tracing on Series S.
Earlier it became known how much faster the PS5 version of Devil May Cry 5 loads, in contrast to other platforms. It turned out that even on a PC with an SSD, the game did not load as quickly. On PS5 it takes 3 seconds, on PC it takes 11 seconds.
The Special Edition was announced in mid-September at a Sony presentation. The improved version of the game received three options on PS5 and Xbox Series: 4K / 30 fps, 1080p / 60 fps / RTX and 1080p / 120 fps, but without ray tracing.
The release of Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition will be held in conjunction with the launch of a new generation of consoles. Ray tracing will be a temporary PS5 exclusive.