Devil May Cry 5 is out very soon, and that means it’s time to get ready for demon-destroying by listening to game’s main theme. Titled Legacy, you may have heard bits of it either as part of the final trailer, or as the previously released short version of the track. We’ve got an exclusive look at the full version of the song, which you can listen to – and watch – below.
Legacy is composed by Capcom’s Kota Suzuki, who’s previously worked on Capcom games ranging from Onimusha 3 and DMC4 to the modern Resident Evils. Ali Edwards provides vocals for the song, and you’ll likely recognise the voice from Nero’s battle theme Devil Trigger, which took the internet by storm last year.
If the music shown so far trips your Devil Trigger, there’s a full Devil May Cry 5 soundtrack set to launch on March 20. It’ll have 136 tracks spread across five discs, and it’ll feature a 26-page booklet with developer notes and info on each track included in the collection.
Listen to the full version of Legacy below.
The Devil May Cry 5 release date is set for March 5.
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Check out the Devil May Cry 5 system requirements if you’re looking to get the game up and running on PC. We’ll find out how the return to classic DMC fares very soon.
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