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Yunchang Game is a relatively new gaming company, but it got a license from Capcom to produce a mobile Devil May Cry game in 2017. (Picture: Yunchang Game)

Devil May Cry mobile game gets a gameplay trailer, eyeing a 2020 release

Licensed and supervised by Capcom, the game is being developed by Chinese company Yunchang Game

This article originally appeared on ABACUS
The first Devil May Cry mobile game is slated for a 2020 release, and it's just released a new gameplay trailer.

Licensed and supervised by Capcom, the game -- titled Devil May Cry: Pinnacle of Combat in Chinese -- is being developed by China's Yunchang Game. The company said it will soon roll out a “small-scale elite testing” among select gamers.

The trailer shows that the mobile version is similar to the mainline Devil May Cry games on PC and console. It’s a level-based, action-adventure hack and slash game. But Pinnacle of Combat is expected to have simplified controls for mobile, as other mobile adaptations of console games have done.

Yunchang Game also said that in the upcoming test, players will only get to play as franchise protagonist Dante, who will be wielding his signature sword and dual pistols. More characters and weapons will be available after the game launches.


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