Devil May Cry 3 On Nintendo Switch Will Feature An Exclusive Local Co-op Mode
It looks like the highly anticipated Devil May Cry 3 port for the Nintendo Switch is coming packed with more goodies than a trench coat-wearing Dante. The folks over at Capcom have announced that, on top of the exclusive new Free Style mode, the Devil May Cry 3 port will also feature a local co-op mode.
Capcom producer Matt Walker revealed via Twitter that Devil May Cry 3 had yet to announce the 3rd and last exclusive game mode for the Switch, a local co-op mode that acts as a variant to The Bloody Palace. According to Walker, players will be able to choose either protagonist Dante or antagonist Vergil for local co-op, and they’ll be able to utilize any configuration between the Joy-Con or Pro Controllers. The reveal tweet can be seen below:
The time has come… for the reveal of the final addition to #DevilMayCry 3 Special Edition for #NintendoSwitch! Here’s producer Matt Walker (@retrootoko) again with the news: pic.twitter.com/Qj16uVW1oO
— Devil May Cry (@DevilMayCry) February 13, 2020
Following the reveal, the folks over at Capcom released a massive Bloody palace co-op showcase that reveals what fans can expect when they jump into the ring with a friend. Here it is:
DMC3SE – Bloody Palace CO-OP Showcase https://t.co/zT6wjODMJm
— Devil May Cry (@DevilMayCry) February 14, 2020
It’s worth noting that players can only unlock The Bloody Palace in Devil May Cry 3 once they complete the game’s main campaign. Still, all these nifty exclusives act as a great selling point for those still dubious about paying for Devil May Cry a second time.
Devil May Cry 3 is slated to release for the Nintendo Switch on February 20th.
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