Devil May Cry Arriving On Nintendo Switch Next Week (VIDEO)
It was announced last month that Capcom was going to be bringing the first Devil May Cry game to the Nintendo Switch at some point this year. Luckily, fans will not have to wait for long as the title will be arriving on the popular portable console in just a few days.
That’s right, folks, you will soon be able to take Dante and all of the glorious action that the first title contained on the go beginning next week when Devil May Cry arrives in the Nintendo eShop for players to purchase digitally. To celebrate the occasion, the Devil May Cry Twitter account tweeted out a bit of wonderful nostalgia to get fans of the franchise excited. Check it out for yourself below:
It’s all up to Dante, the Son of Sparda, to keep harmony between the human and the underworld.#DevilMayCry opens shop on #NintendoSwitch on June 25th. Secure yours here: https://t.co/Ozen3tFXxW pic.twitter.com/FhSp4TZa9W
— Devil May Cry (@DevilMayCry) June 21, 2019
“The first appearance of Dante, the ultimate devil hunter,” reads the description. “With the blood of a legendary demon warrior flowing through his veins, Dante takes on a mission from the mysterious Trish to travel to Mallet Island and defeat Mundus, the king of the underworld. But this is no ordinary job for Dante, who is also motivated by revenge…
“Use your sword and dual guns to pull off flashy combos in this classic title which introduced the ‘stylish action’ genre to the world.”
Devil May Cry is currently available on PC, PlayStation (2,3,4,), Xbox (360, One), and the Nintendo Switch version will be going live on June 25th. 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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