Devil May Cry 5 is a highly-anticipated game and is just a month away from launch. Before we get to play the game, Capcom has launched the 2nd demo for it and here we will be doing a Devil May Cry 5 Graphics Comparison to see how different versions of the game stack up.
Here we will be comparing the base Xbox One and PS4 version with the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X versions. You can check out the Devil May Cry 5 Graphics Comparison in video below, courtesy of ElAnalistaDeBits.
The differences are pretty clear and the upgraded console have an upper hand. Due to their enhanced hardware, both PS4 Pro and Xbox One X run the game at a higher resolution and higher FPS.
The game uses TAA as an anti-aliasing solution, which is also quite popular these days. TAA causes the game to look soft especially on base consoles.
Furthermore, this Devil May Cry 5 Graphics Comparison reveals that Xbox One is the one running the game at a very low resolution. Combine that with TAA and that game looks blurry.
Capcom has confirmed the Void game mode for Devil May Cry V. The game mode allows players to practice their combos and basic combat moves.
Furthermore, Void game mode will allow players to experiment without consequences. Players will be able to tweak a number of parameters like toggling enemy damage to see how much damage each move deals.
Devil May Cry series is known for its stylistic combat. However, the Stylistic combat of Devil May Cry started as a bug.
This is according to Devil May Cry producer who noted that during the development they noted a bug that won’t let enemies come back down. This eventually evolved into the iconic combat move.
Devil May Cry 5 is an action hack-n-slash game in development at Capcom. The game is scheduled to launch on March 8, 2019, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.