Another unique addition to the port debuts on February 20
Capcom has a handful of new features on the way to the Switch version of Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition, which is due out on February 20. It all started with a look at on the fly Style-switching and weapon-switching, and the latest change to be revealed involves the challenging Bloody Palace Mode. This time around, players can look forward to local co-op, and this feature was on full display in a recent live stream.
Watch as YouTubers DevilNeverCry and Millz dive in below, along with some assistance from developers Hideaki Itsuno and Matt Walker, who were on hand to answer questions and go into further details.