It was recently revealed that Capcom’s Devil May Cry games will be getting a remaster, with the Devil May Cry Collection set to release next year. While the visuals of these games will certainly be improved, it has now been revealed that they will not support 4K on Xbox One X, PS4 Pro or PC.
This was revealed recently by the company, when they were asked on whether or not 4K for the collection was in the pipelines. The collection will instead run at 1080p and 60fps, which will be more than enough for most gamers.
The Devil May Cry series is one of Capcom’s most beloved franchises, with the original game launching back in 2001 and garnering critical acclaim. It was notable for featuring excellent gameplay and a great protagonist, leading to a few sequels down the road. Developer Ninja Theory rebooted the series back in 2013 with DmC: Devil May Cry, though it was a very divisive release among fans due to the big changes that were made to Dante. There are a rumors that a fifth game in the series in development, which is why they are remastering the earlier games in the series. It remains to be seen if they will reboot the series yet again, or go back to the style that the original games had.
Devil May Cry Collection will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on March 13th, 2018. The collection will cost $29.99 and will be released both physically and digitally.