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Capcom reveals Devil May Cry 5's PC system requirements

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Capcom reveals Devil May Cry 5's PC system requirements

Capcom reveals Devil May Cry 5's PC system requirements

Capcom Devil May Cry series is finally coming to current-generation consoles, moving back to the classic series with Devil May Cry 5, a sequel to 2008's Devil May Cry 4. 

Alongside its move to modern consoles and PC hardware, the game will also be moving to Capcom's new RE Engine, which was used to create 2017's Resident Evil 7, and will soon be used to build Resident Evil 2's upcoming remake. Resident Evil 2 is known to offer PC gamers support for DirectX 12 and has been shown with Ray Tracing support at Gamescom 2018, though at this time it is unknown whether or not the final game will ship with support for Nvidia's RTX technologies. 

Like previous iterations of the series, Capcom recommends that PC gamers play Devil May Cry 5 with a gamepad/controller, as the game's control system is optimised with a gamepad in mind. 
   

 
Devil May Cry 5 will take up around 35GB of storage space on PC and will require at least 8GB of system memory and a graphics card that is equal to or more powerful than a GTX 760. Capcom recommends that PC players use a CPU that is as powerful as Intel's quad-core, eight-thread i7-4770 and has a graphics card that is as powerful as a GTX 960 or better.  

MINIMUM:

OS: WINDOWS 7 (64-BIT Required)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770 3.4GHz or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX760 or better
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 35 GB available space
Additional Notes: *Controllers recommended *Internet connection required for game activation.


RECOMMENDED:

OS: WINDOWS 7 (64-BIT Required)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4770 3.4GHz or better
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX960 or better
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 35 GB available space
Additional Notes: *Controllers recommended *Internet connection required for game activation.


Devil May Cry 5 is currently set to release on March 8th 2019. 

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24-09-2018, 12:48:53

ImprovizoR
Something tells me that they only tested this on one machine, swapped the GPU once and called it a day.Quote

24-09-2018, 13:30:58

Dicehunter
Sad thing is this game is going to be riddled with micro transactions, Think Assassins Creed Origins but worse.Quote

24-09-2018, 15:58:12

ImprovizoR
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Sad thing is this game is going to be riddled with micro transactions, Think Assassins Creed Origins but worse.
I guess I ain't buying it then.Quote

24-09-2018, 16:08:00

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by ImprovizoR View Post
I guess I ain't buying it then.

The devs said "it gives people the choice to get it all out of the way and have everything at once"


Poor excuse for "We want more money".Quote

24-09-2018, 23:15:10

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
The devs said "it gives people the choice to get it all out of the way and have everything at once"


Poor excuse for "We want more money".
Nothing wrong with MT. If it just let's people finish the game sooner then what's wrong with that? If you don't want to speed up the game don't buy it.Quote
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