Devil May Cry 5 Bloody Palace Mode Coming in Future Update

The fan-favorite game mode, Bloody Palace, is making a return in Devil May Cry 5. It’s been in every single DMC game since the second one, so of course it’s coming again in the new one. The only “catch” is that it won’t be present at launch, you’ll have to wait about a month, when it will arrive in a free update.

Devil May Cry 5 Bloody Palace Mode Coming in Future Update
Devil May Cry 5 Bloody Palace Mode Coming in Future Update

Bloody Palace is one of the most beloved game modes in the Devil May Cry franchise. It’s basically this kind of tournament thing, where you battle waves of enemies and bosses, climbing up the tower, until you reach the very top. The mode has been a staple of the game since DMC 2. In Devil May Cry 2 and 3, it had 9,999 levels, which is just how we used to make games back then. The mode came back in Devil May Cry 4, as well as the ill-fated eponymous entry; fortunately, by then, the devs scaled it back to a reasonable 101 levels.

So, with the popularity of the Bloody Palace, people have been wondering if it was going to be in Devil May Cry 5. And, we’re happy to report that indeed it will be. However, it’s not going to be present at launch. You’ll have to wait a while to play it; about a month, to be exact. Turns out, the Bloody Palace will be arriving in DMC 5 in April. Sucks that you’ll have to wait, I know; at least it’s going to be a free update. As for how many levels it’s going to have and other details, we’ll have to wait and see.

Devil May Cry 5 is launching on March 8th, and you’ll be able to play it on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. For more info on the game, check out our other articles, including All Endings – How to get Secret Ending and How Long to Beat.

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