Videos and screenshots of the slasher Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition , recorded on the PlayStation 5. Gameplay footage demonstrates the game for Virgil.
The Special Edition was announced in mid-September at a Sony presentation. The enhanced version of the game will get four options on PS5 and Xbox Series: 4K / 30 fps / RTX, 1080p / 60 fps / RTX, and 4K or 1080p / 120 fps, but no ray tracing. In addition to Virgil as a playable character, the game will have a new difficulty level Legendary Dark Knight.
There will be no ray tracing on Xbox Series S. A complete set of screenshots is available here .
Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition will be released on November 10 on the Xbox Series and November 12 on the PlayStation 5. Ray tracing will be a temporary Sony console exclusive.