By all indicators, Capcom is getting nearer to a Devil May Cry 5 announcement.
Update: The Devil May Cry 5 area has now moved to Cpacom’s personal servers, as noticed by @MysticDistance on Twitter.
What’s extra, the location now has its personal IPv4 and IPv6 addresses on an Amazon AWS server, which is one thing you’d do should you’re planning to make the location accessible by the remainder of the web.
Right now, the location returns a 404 web page. There’s little question, nonetheless, that work is being carried out behind the scenes to get it prepared. It would make sense for it to go stay at E3, or presumably barely earlier than for a form of teaser countdown.
Looking up the area on Whois reveals that it was registered by GMO Internet, a Japanese firm that’s beforehand labored with Capcom on domains for Monster Hunter World, and Resident Evil 7.
A site title for Devil May Cry 5 might not be information in and of itself, as Capcom might merely be ensuring it owns it earlier than another person does. However, Capcom normally updates a site title shortly earlier than an enormous reveal.
In this case, Devil May Cry 5’s area was up to date on June 1. What’s extra, the replace was made to the area’s nameservers, which might point out the location’s about to launch – seemingly alongside an announcement of some type.
E3 is quick approaching, and given the area’s latest exercise, the commerce present would make for an ideal stage to make an official announcement.
The similar web firm additionally just lately up to date the Resident Evil 2 website. Capcom purchased the area all the way in which again in 1997 to be used with the unique Resident Evil 2, so it will make sense for it to return now with rumours of the Remake getting an E3 reveal.
Capcom has by no means formally introduced a brand new Devil May Cry, and the corporate hasn’t actually shared any information in regards to the Resident Evil 2 remake since it was announced in 2015.
None of this area exercise ensures a reveal of some type, nevertheless it positive is an effective signal.