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. Read on for more.
When Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition launches on Switch on February 20, it will bring a handful of new features along with it. Producer Matt Walker previously announced that new features were being added, and one has been confirmed in the first part of a video message series. Read on for more.