In a recent interview with VG24/7, Devil May Cry 5 director Hideaki Itsuno revealed that his work on DMC5 came at the cost of a seuqel to 2012's Dragon's Dogma Itsuno has been resonsible for many of Capcom's hits, including Rival Schools, Power Stone, Darkstalkers, Street Fighter Alpha, as well as the Devil May Cry series (barring Ninja Theory's DmC reboot) and Dragon's Dogma. From VG24/7: "So, when the discussion[...]
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So Devil May Cry 5 will pick up the storyline from Devil May Cry 4 and brings back game director Hideaki Itsuno to helm the project. Protagonists Nero and Dante will make their return to the game, which appears to be a direct sequel to 2008's Devil May Cry 4, and appears to ignore Ninja Theory's DmC: Devil May Cry reboot from 2013[...]
Rumors of Devil May Cry 5 started early this year, as designer Hideaki Itsuno apologized to fans for not releasing a game in 2017 Itsuno is known for directing Devil My Cry 2, 3, and 4, so his apology immediately led to rumors of a fifth game in the series (not counting the 2013 reboot[...]
Devil May Cry Director Says New Game is in Latter Part of Development – Could it Be Devil May Cry 5?
Director of previous Devil May Cry games, Hideaki Itsuno, has taken to Twitter to apologise for not announcing his new game. The director has been working on a secret game with Capcom, and Itsuno has teased a reveal for a long while Taking to Twitter, he again said sorry for not having announced it yet, but[...]
The post claims a long-held belief that Hideaki Itsuno's secret project is going to be the next Devil May Cry game and it will act as a sequel to Devil May Cry 4 The poster says the title is set for an official reveal at E3 2018 with a release date of late 2018/early 2019 The leak[...]