The leaker Dusk Golem - known for having anticipated the announcement of Resident Evil: Village - continues to release particular clues about the release of a re-release of Devil May Cry 5.
According to his latest rumors, Capcom is thinking of bringing up PS5 e Xbox Series X most of its RE Engine based titles, including the aforementioned Devil May Cry V and Resident Evil 7.
A bit of both. However, I've had clarification since then on what the plan is for the current RE Engine games & next-gen, but I won't be sharing it for now. I gave the okay for the Declassified people to publish it in a few weeks time, not gonna 'step on their toes.
- AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@ AestheticGamer1) June 14, 2020
Returning to the title dedicated to Dante, Dusk Golem could refer to the notorious special Edition that characterizes the series. We recall in fact how the action title has data, functions and characters currently not officially released, such as a model and working moveset for Vergil.
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