While Devil May Cry 5 is already available for the PS4, PC, and Xbox One, Capcom has announced the original Devil May Cry for the Nintendo Switch.

PS2 happens to be the first console to get Devil May Cry back in 2001, it was directed by Hideki Kamiya who then later worked on Resident Evil 2, Viewtiful Joe, and Okami before he left Capcom for Platinum Games.

Of course, the first Devil May Cry was a different game compared to the latest modern iteration for the series.
However, Nintendo Switch owners will have to deal with the classic game that started it all on their platform. Meanwhile, there's a possibility that Capcom will release more games in the series after the success of the first one.

On Twitter is where Capcom shared this news, giving a vague release window of Summer for the Nintendo Switch release of Devil May Cry. Hence, no other games were confirmed to arrive on the Nintendo Switch, so let's keep waiting patiently.

DMC1 is currently available as part of a bundle featuring the original trilogy that was first released for the PS2 and then later ported to the PS3 and Xbox 360.

This is a surprising announcement because the series has never made the jump to a Nintendo platform in the past, and this will be the first time fans of Nintendo platforms will get a chance to play it on their console.


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