PC Devil May Cry 4 Due Out This Summer, Demo Incoming

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Although still without a specific launch date, Devil May Cry 4‘s PC incarnation is now at least locked and loaded for a summertime retail release, Capcom announced today. Prior to the game’s ship date, whenever that may be, a demo will be released for players to take on a trial run. For the wait, PC gamers will also receive the benefit of added modes and features not found in the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions released earlier in the year.

Exclusive to the PC version will be a Turbo mode that ratchets up the gameplay speed even more, a Legendary Dark Knight mode that promises to “harness advanced PC processing power and fill the screen with an unbelievable number of enemies for extra difficulty,” altered enemy placement throughout the game, cut scenes capable of running upwards of 120 frames per second at high screen resolutions, tweakable graphics sliders and support for both DX 9 and DX 10 modes. Flip through the gallery below for an early glimpse of the enhanced graphical prowess and increased enemy count of the Legendary Dark Knight mode.

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