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A new video for DmC: Definitive Edition compares the original game?s speed to DE?s new Turbo mode, which ramps up the game speed by 20 percent.

The video demonstrates the differences in travel speed, Hollow Vergil?s summoned sword sequence, combo delivery, and individual moves of Dante?s and Vergil?s. In short: Ninja Theory?s made every effort to provide options for DMC3 purists to find their new take on Dante comparable.

Other features coming to the Definitive Edition include a much-desired manual lock-on, locked 60fps framerate running at 1080p, a Bloody Palace mode for Vergil, and weep-worthy new difficulty levels.

DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition launches on PS4 and Xbox One March 10, priced generously at $39.99.

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DmC: Definitive Edition video compares new 20-percent faster Turbo mode to original speed

A new video for DmC: Definitive Edition compares the original game’s speed to DE’s new Turbo mode, which ramps up the game speed by 20 percent.

By Chris Holzworth | 02/18/2015 05:40 PM PT

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A new video for DmC: Definitive Edition compares the original game?s speed to DE?s new Turbo mode, which ramps up the game speed by 20 percent.

The video demonstrates the differences in travel speed, Hollow Vergil?s summoned sword sequence, combo delivery, and individual moves of Dante?s and Vergil?s. In short: Ninja Theory?s made every effort to provide options for DMC3 purists to find their new take on Dante comparable.

Other features coming to the Definitive Edition include a much-desired manual lock-on, locked 60fps framerate running at 1080p, a Bloody Palace mode for Vergil, and weep-worthy new difficulty levels.

DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition launches on PS4 and Xbox One March 10, priced generously at $39.99.

Read More