Capcom is clearly interested in working on a sequel to Devil May Cry 5. And this alone with the fans not only roses sprinkled developer Ninja theory, known from Devil May Cry from 2013.
The Japanese praise the British for their stylish looks and gameplay, which also inspired the upcoming Devil May Cry 5 served. The game from 2013 onwards Ninja theory was certainly not bad, but the fans could not make friends with the completely different story of the series.
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GameInformer recently had the chance to become the series producer Hideaki Itsuno They interviewed him and asked him about their work experience Ninja theory on DmC and or Capcom would like to work with them on a follow-up.
"We learned so much from Ninja Theory and DmC, a collaboration between Capcom and Ninja Theory, and I went to Cambridge every few months to work with these people, so we've learned a lot from them, and you want to talk about stylish … Ninja theory, these guys are incarnated, man, what they did with DmC, that kind of style, these animations, that's real style, you know, so we've learned a lot from what we've learned from it, "said Hideaki. Itsuno.
"Even things like the kill cams, for example, we took very often and after we had learned that, we tried that in this game too."
Itsuno "Another thing is that we have a lot of friends who love DmC, for me DmC is one of my favorite DMC games, if not my favorite, and we wanted to make the game so that the people who enjoyed the game in the same way can enjoy as DmC. "
"We love these people, we'd like to be able to work with them again, but they're now under Microsoft's umbrella, right? [lacht] So we have to clarify this first, "concluded Itsuno, without doubt about a possible sequel.
Devil May Cry 5 was recently announced on March 8, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 (PRO) and Xbox One (X).