When the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5 launches for PS5 and Xbox Series X, there will be four different modes, with two versions of high performance versus high resolution depending on whether or not raytracing has been turned on. With RT turned on DMC5: Special Edition will support 4K/30fps, or 1080p/60fps, while turning it off can yield 4K/60fps, or up to 120fps with no set resolution mentioned. It’s good that there’s a variety of options for players, meaning the game can look as nice or run as fast as you’d like it to.
What’s So Special About The Special Edition Anyway?
A re-release of one of 2019’s best games, Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition includes the base game and all bonus DLC, including the post-launch Bloody Palace, along with a host of new modes and features, including Vergil as a playable character. On top of the performance enhancements, you also have Turbo mode, which increases the game speed by 20%, and Legendary Dark Knight mode, which crams dozens of enemies on screen at once so that DMC looks more like Dynasty Warriors.
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