Capcom Would “Love” To Make DmC: Devil May Cry Sequel
It’s been just over six years since DmC: Devil May Cry released, and it still might be considered as one of the most controversial and somewhat confusing titles in the franchise. That said, Capcom has expressed that they would “love” to create a sequel at some point, but that would all depend on if Ninja Theory could develop it or not.
During a recent interview with US Gamer, Capcom producer Matt Walker noted that they are definitely interested in creating a DmC: Devil May Cry sequel. “On the dev side we certainly wanted to and thought we would work with Ninja Theory again to create a sequel to DmC, but that unfortunately didn’t get off the ground,” he said.
As some of you may know, Ninja Theory handled development on DmC: Devil May Cry, which is why there was a drastically different approach to the series present in the title. However, since the first game in the rebooted version launched, Microsoft acquired Ninja Theory, which means the chances of them returning are rather slim.
“We’d still love to see a sequel, but we think it absolutely has to be made by Ninja Theory – so much of the amazing style and substance in that game was only possible because they have such a knack for what’s cool,” Walker said. “It wouldn’t be DmC without Ninja Theory.”
It’s anyone’s guess if we will ever see a sequel to DmC: Devil May Cry now that Ninja Theory is under the Microsoft umbrella, but more Devil May Cry action is usually a good thing. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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