Devil May Cry 5

Devil May Cry 5 sells two million copies

A panel at the Game Developer Conference revealed the good news for Dante, Nero, and V, who have passed the milestone in mere weeks.

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Devil May Cry 5 was only released on March 8, but it's already gone down a storm with fans, and Iron Galaxy Studios designer Isaac Torres has shared a picture from a panel at the Game Developer Conference (GDC) called 'Devil May Cry V - Game Design By Reverse Engineering Emotions', which reveals that the game has now sold two million copies already.

This isn't exactly surprising when you consider the critical acclaim the sequel has received (we rather enjoyed it ourselves, as you can read in our review), and with a Bloody Palace free DLC landing next month, there's even more reason to invest and check it out for yourself.

Last year Monster Hunter: World helped drive a profitable year for Capcom, a year in which they also managed to top Metacritic's list of publishers, and with Resident Evil 2 shipping three million copies by the end of January alone, it's already been a good start to 2019.

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"Regardless of whether you're are a long-time fan or new to the series, this game is absolutely worth picking up."

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