Devil May Cry 5 On Dragon’s Dogma’s Dependent Sales Switch

Ruben Fields
March 11, 2019

Devil May Cry 5 is bringing some of our favorite demon hunters back.

Devil May Cry 5's release on Nintendo Switch platform is now linked to the sales of Dragon's Dogma, according to Capcom. Devil May Cry 5 is being heralded as a lovely game with fun and engaging combat and outstanding action sequences. If you're not one of those German speaking people (Guten Tag!) just throw that second paragraph into your online translator of choice.

As for why Devil May Cry 5 wasn't announced for Nintendo's hybrid system in the first place, it's because development began before the team had access to Switch development kits.

It looks like Capcom is still keen on releasing the game on Nintendo Switch, although they have now stated that any release would depend on how well Dragon's Dogma sells on the Switch.

"We started the development of "DMC 5", while we didn't have the Dev-kits of the Switch", the game director told M!

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Devil May Cry 5 is now available on Xbox One, PC and PS4. And his answer spoke in support of Capcom's next release on Switch.

As for Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen, it's scheduled to release on April 23.

Don't take it as confirmation because it could be nothing but a joke by Itsuno in order to make players buy his another game.

Bloody Palace is one of the most beloved game modes in the Devil May Cry franchise.

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