& # 39; Not over a million [sales]& # 39;
Capcom has something to be happy about, as they just announced to the GDC (through the pretty "one quick thing" final): Devil can cry 5 had sold more than two million copies, presumably on the three platforms available. Note: Capcom uses the term "shipped" in a more formal ad.
For director Hideaki Itsuno, things are really close. After being harassed by the nickname "director" during the production of the disastrous The devil can cry 2 was almost over, he came out swinging with Devil can cry 3then 4, and now 5, all of which can be considered as successes. Surprisingly, this news also comes down to Ninja Theory's stance that "Dante was no cooler" in 2010, as he was trying to get noticed. DMC. Well, with very few changes in the design of his character, he's still pretty cool to move to more than two million copies: a stark contrast with the revised goal of "1.2 million d & rsquo; "Expedited" from Capcom. DMC after its launch in 2013.
What you see above is a real picture of a Ninja Theory presentation for DMC, in which they tried to convince us that old Dante was mean and that the new Dante was good. This is a huge reason why, despite the fact that DmC: Definitive Edition is actually a decent action game, which people were against Ninja Theory's focus for the series. "If Dante, dressed as he was [in the original series], entered a bar outside Tokyo, he mocked us "is probably the most famous quote. DMC would continue to push less than half of the devil can cry 4Sales during the launch in Japan.
It is safe to say that Capcom is happy to have brought Itsuno back into the fray and that there will likely be a follow-up in the initial continuity. Given the quality DMC5 is, he deserves one.
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