Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition was presented as a surprise to the latest PlayStation showcase for next generation consoles, PS5 and Xbox Series X , which will launch from day one.
We’ve already had several tastes of what the game will be able to do but today, thanks to new gameplay from Japan, we can discover the impact of the PS5 SSD on the timing of loading.
In the video above, we can see the game loading screens, which show really fast times for switching from the menu to the game.
Mission 13 even takes less than 4 seconds to load, with the addition of pressing the X key probably so as not to push users directly into the action without them noticing, mindful of the time needed on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Other missions have longer loading times: Mission 2 takes around 8 seconds, while on PlayStation 4 needed 21 seconds.
A massive step forward that basically saves a third of the time by upgrading to the new Sony console.
This is not the only novelty of Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition , however: in this new version Vergil will be included as a playable character and a level of additional difficulty.
Among the technical innovations, however, we will have a 120fps mode on compatible screens and support for ray tracing.
If you can’t resist the wait or only have PS4 available, you can get basic Devil May Cry 5 at a discounted price on Amazon