Devil May Cry 5 Shows Bloody Palace Feature in New Trailer to Celebrate New Update

Devil May Cry 5

Capcom is rolling out an update to Devil May Cry 5, with its main feature being the Bloody Palace survival mode. In order to celebrate, they released a new trailer.

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The new feature pits the player against increasingly challenging hordes of enemies in smokin’ sexy stylish survival gameplay against the ticking clock.

It certainly seems to be like a great deal of fun, and if you’re a veteran of the series you probably already know very well what it’s all about.

You can check out the trailer below. Incidentally, this is not an April Fool prank. It’s a real mode, in case you were wondering.

If you want to learn more about Devil May Cry 5 and know why it’s so good, you can read our enthusiastic review. You can also check out our wiki full of guides to help you out with some of the most challenging aspects of the title.

Recently, we saw some more footage of the Bloody Palace, and a video starring the development team as they explain the philosophy behind the game. We also learned that the game has sold over two million copies worldwide, while Capcom already released the first wave of DLC.

Devil May Cry 5 is currently available for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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