Rumours of a two month delay for Devil May Cry 5 have been sparked primarily based on data from the Steam database.
A thread on ResetEra is suggesting that Devil May Cry 5’s launch date has been pushed again from March eight to May 7, though the case appears a tad flimsy.
The authentic put up cites the SteamDB page, final up to date on November 18, 2018, that’s presently displaying a launch date on the platform of May 7, 2019.
The launch date was added on September 20, 2018, whereas the web page was created on September 5.
However, there’s a second SteamDB page for the title that’s ceaselessly up to date. It was created on February 23, 2017 and the final replace was right now. Looking at its historical past, it’s by no means had a launch date added.
The lack of a PC demo has raised suspicions that the May launch date might point out a delay for this platform alone, whereas others have speculated that the preliminary web page that kicked off the thread might be for the Bloody Palace mode – obtainable as post-launch content material – and that there isn’t a delay in any respect.
We’ve reached out to Capcom for remark.
In the meantime, console gamers can stay up for a second demo for Devil May Cry 5 on February 7.
The game is anticipated to launch on March eight for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.