This collection features up-rez'd ports of the 2001 PS2 original Devil May Cry, 2002's Devil May Cry 2 and 2005's Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition. You won't get Devil May Cry 4 or the Ninja Theory-developed DmC in the package, but those are available in their own separate updated versions.
"Since his debut back in 2001, Dante swiftly became a gaming icon, representing fun and challenging combat coated in a layer of stylish moves and insane acrobatics that make you look like an absolute badass", says Capcom via a blog post. Featuring three games, silky smooth 60fps gameplay, and a wide variety of enemies, weapons and styles to experiment with, Devil May Cry HD Collection is the ideal compilation for those looking to get their stylish combat fix. That's pretty much the only newsworthy thing about the announcement though, as they only mention that the three games (1, 2, and 3) will run at 60 FPS and have better graphics besides that.
Devil May Cry HD Collection will soon head to PC, Xbox One and PS4, Capcom today confirmed. At this time, nothing is known about pricing.
After rumors of Devil May Cry 5 began surfacing, Capcom has made a decision to announce the upcoming release of the Devil May Cry HD Collection!