Devil May Cry 5 pre-orders went live on Steam today, and you know what that means – yes, system requirements. The stylish action game won’t demand too much of your GPU – relative to any other big-budget 3D game, at least – though CPU requirements are a bit stiffer than you might’ve expected.
Sony has been running their PlayStation Plus service for a number of years now and much like Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, players who subscribe to PlayStation Plus will receive a few games to enjoy each month free of charge. The game is also available after the month ends just as long as you keep up with your online PlayStation Plus subscription. While we’re still a bit away before Sony makes the official announcement of what video game titles will be included in the month of October, a leak on Reddit may have showcased two particular titles.
Capcom is going back and giving Resident Evil 2 a proper facelift. The video game remake was announced a ways back but it wasn’t until E3 2018 that the development studio showcased the game with a trailer along with gameplay footage.
Devil May Cry 5 digital pre-orders have just gone live, revealing the curious detail that the Deluxe Edition will include live action cutscenes. Not interested in all the deluxe goodies? That’s okay, because you’re free to purchase every item included in the special version separately, and DLC with the highest premium happens to be the added movies.
There’s a big concern over loot boxes lately with even governments getting involved due to the gambling nature surrounding these microtransactions. At any rate, whenever a new game is announced or gearing up for release, there is some concern as to what the developers added in for players to purchase with their hard earned money. One of those upcoming video games in the works is the next main installment to the Halo franchise, Halo: Infinite.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is probably going to come to PC. Someday. Eventually. But even though that port will mean additional graphical fidelity with greater hardware horsepower, every version will benefit from greater horse hardware power.
What do you think gaming will look like in, ooh, let’s say 1000 years? Alright, that’s quite a lot to ask of you. But hey, you don’t have to imagine all it by yourself – developer Radical Fish Games has already done it with its new, retro-inspired 2D action-RPG CrossCode.