Gamescom 2018 to Host First Playable Devil May Cry 5 Demo

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Devil May Cry 5

Fans eager for an in-depth look at the upcoming Devil May Cry 5 shouldn’t need to wait much longer. The director of the upcoming title, Hideaki Itsuno, recently announced via his Twitter that the first playable demo of the game will be unleashed during Gamescom 2018.  The upcoming event will mark the second major showing of the game following this years E3 where it was originally announced.


It seems that even the development team is feeling the hype surrounding the game, and they intend to deliver on all fronts next week. Be sure to check out Operation Rainfall for more updates as they come.

Gamescom 2018 will be held from August 21 to August 25, 2018.

Devil May Cry 5 is slated to be released by the end of March 2019 on PS4, XB1, and PC.


About Mohammad Maidin

Mo is an avid JRPG and horror fan whose interest in gaming began at 4 years old when his parents bought him his first console: the Sega Genesis. His love for horror games started from buying a mint condition Resident Evil 2 at a yard sale and was too spooked as a kid to play it until years later where he learned to love it. The love for JRPGs began around this time too as he found comfort in Final Fantasy 4 after his initial zombie scare. Today he still plays both franchises and on his spare time likes to visit art walks and museums, find hole in the wall restaurants, hikes, and do some freelance story writing (or at least attempt to).