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Console oriented games have an irksome habit of having their PC-counterparts released long thereafter. Contrary to what many may think, that isn’t the case with Capcom and Ninja Theory’s upcoming hack-and-slash gore fest DmC: Devil May Cry, which will be made available as a downloadable title through Steam on January 25 – less than two weeks following the release of the console releases.
Moreover, DmC: Devil May Cry will sidestep all the annoying foibles found in most lackluster PC ports and will instead come laden with AMD eyefinity multi-display, AMD crossfire, full-on keyboard and mouse (and controller) support and will also sport the usual supplement of cloud-integration and achievements. To top it off, the game runs –unlike the console versions– at a blazing 60 frames per second. Not too shabby for a PC version!
For everyone’s convenience, the developers have also released minimum and recommended system requirements:
Minimum System Requirements:
Recommended System Requirements:
Expect more coverage of DmC: Devil May Cry to follow in the coming weeks, as the game nears it’s January release date.