New Devil May Cry 5 Trailer Reveals V's Mysterious Powers

He also looks like Adam Driver.

Devil May Cry 5 has a new trailer starring V, the mysterious third protagonist of Capcom's next demon hunting action game.

V utilizes a demon summoning skill that involves being able to call on three different demons to fight in battle. V can let the demons handle the heavy lifting before delivering the finishing blow. V can use three familiars a bird-like demon named Griffon, a panther named Shadow, and a giant golem-like demon named, appropriately, Nightmare.

Check out all three of them in the trailer below.

V is apparently just two days old, but it looks like he's already causing all sorts of trouble. He also has a bone to pick with Dante based on the trailer's ending, but we'll have to wait until the game comes out to see what that's all about.

For more on Devil May Cry check out our Devil May Cry 5 guide for news, previews, and more. Devil May Cry 5 will be out on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 8.

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