Capcom, the makers and publishers of the beloved Devil May Cry franchise, stated that PC players would not be able to access a lot of the content that is being added to the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5.

The Special Edition of the latest addition to the series was one of the biggest announcements made at the PS5 Showcase. It includes a host of features, such as framerates options of up to 120fps, support for ray tracing, and Vergil that will be playable. The Special Edition will be available on digital at the launch of the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S in November for $40.

The upgraded version will not be available for PC. Instead, PC players will only be able to access limited updates of the game, such as Vergil, who can be purchased as DLC. All other upgrades will not be available on PC such as ray tracing and increased numbers of enemies. According to Capcom, the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5 is being developed specifically for next-gen consoles. Currently, the publisher does not have any plans to release the enhanced version on PC, despite the fact that Capcom has offered PC ports in the past.

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