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Capcom has announced the summer 2008 release of Devil May Cry 4 for PC. The release follows a hugely successful debut for the title on Xbox 360 and PS3, shipping over two million units worldwide since February.
Before the game hits stores this summer a playable demo will be released, complete with a benchmark mode.
The wait for PC owners looks to have been worth it, with the promise of enhanced graphics and additional content. PC gamers will be able to run the game at higher resolutions than the console counterparts, plus, assuming the PC is up to it, the action will run at a silky smooth 120 frames per second. There’s also support for DirectX 10 and full compliancy with Games For Windows.
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Extra content comes in the form of several new modes. Turbo mode will crank up the action to insane speeds, while Legendary Dark Knight mode will utilise the increased processing power of the PC to fill the screen with more enemies of an extra difficulty. Enemy placements seen in the console versions will also appear in different locations.
For more reasons why you should be excited head over to the Devil May Cry 4 Xbox 360 review.