Devil May Cry 5 TGS Trailer Shows off Third Playable Character, 'V'

Devil May Cry 5 TGS Trailer Shows off Third Playable Character, 'V'

Dante is the focus of the new trailer, but we already knew he was in the game.

Devil May Cry 5 is shaping up to be one of the more impressive games of early 2019, and that's saying something considering there's about a million games releasing between January and March. The game is currently playable at the Tokyo Game Show 2018, and Capcom has released a brand new trailer.

Just below, you can see the brand new Tokyo Game Show trailer for Devil May Cry 5. The big focus of this trailer is how Dante is the second playable character for the game, but there's also a glimpse of a third playable character at the very end of the trailer, known only as 'V'.

While Dante and Nero act like father and son, this V character looks like someone entirely new. We know nothing about this third playable character right now, but we'll be sure to report back on any further details.

Devil May Cry 5 will launch on March 8, 2019. For everything else you need to know about Capcom's upcoming game, head over to our Devil May Cry 5 everything we know guide.

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