Capcom has finally revealed the PC system requirements for its upcoming high-anticipated Devil May Cry 5 game. For those who are not aware, Devil May Cry 5—as its name clearly implies—is the fifth instalment in the Devil May Cry series. The ‘devil hunter’ game is slated for release on 8 March 2019.
When it comes to the minimum system requirements, Devil May Cry 5 requires an Intel Core i7-4700 CPU (or better), 8GB RAM, a Nvidia GTX 760 graphics card (or better), as well as a minimum of 35GB of available HDD storage space. Interestingly, the recommended PC system requirements for Devil May Cry 5 is largely similar to the minimum specs; the only change between the two system requirements is that Capcom recommends gamers to use a graphics card that is equal or better than the GTX960.
For those who are interested in buying Capcom’s Devil May Cry 5, the game is now available for pre-order on Steam for RM139 for the standard edition. The deluxe edition of Devil May Cry 5 will cost slightly more at RM170, but it comes with 13 ‘exclusive’ in-game items—which is especially worth it if you’d like to slaughter monsters using a Mega Man-inspired Devil Breaker (custom robotic arm) called “Mega Buster.”
It’s also interesting to see if Capcom will implement Nvidia’s Ray Tracing technology onto Devil May Cry 5. Oh, and that aside, do keep in mind that Capcom recommends PC users to play the game using controllers instead of mouse and keyboard, which is rather odd.