A new video (1080p, 60fps to boot) for the upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition shows off Vergil?s very own Bloody Palace mode.
According to product develop manager Dominic Matthews, Vergil?s Bloody Palace runs for 60 floors, but whereas Dante?s bumps up the difficulty from the bottom up through all five levels, Vergil?s begins at Nephilim for the first 20 waves, cranks up it up to Son of Sparda after that, then ends things on Vergil Must Die.
Vergil?s own Bloody Palace is one of several updates and new features being introduced to DmC in its upcoming now-gen/next-gen/whatever-gen Definitive Edition, including a much-wanted manual lock-on for targeting enemies.
DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition launches on PS4 and Xbox One March 10 at a rather generious $39.99 price point.
Source: PlayStation Blog