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Capcom confirms Devil May Cry PC port outsourced, will release after console versions

Alex Jones, Capcom America producer, has confirmed to Eurogamer that the PC version of Devil May Cry is not being developed by Ninja Theory but is working hard with the team developing it to release it as soon as possible after the console versions.

"I can't give you a day and date," said Jones concerning the PC port. "What I can say we're endeavouring to get it out as shortly after the main game as possible so there's as little a gap between those two as we can reasonably get. 

Jones also said that there were "logistical things involved" with Ninja Theory not working on the PC version of the game. 

The PC version has been outsourced to Polish QA, porting and localisation specialist QLOC. They have been involved with the PC versions of a number of Capcom games, such as Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition and Street Fighter x Tekken.

Devil May Cry slashes into stores on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 15th January 2013.

Edited On 20 Sep, 2012

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scourge 4 years ago
roll on January 15th!
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Kizzy 4 years ago
So much coming out next year! It's going to be another good year :D
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TheFlyingToaster 4 years ago
Still pretty unconvinced by the new DmC... even though I like ninja theory, will just have to wait and see. Hope we can try the game out first.
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Laura_1 4 years ago
It's a shame it coming out later but better late than never! I agree, excellent titles coming out. Can't wait!
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hallben 4 years ago
I like Ninja Theory, good buch of guys who are local to me. I am however a little dubious about the direction this title is taking. Anyway, I look forward to seeing what it turns out like.
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yellowned 4 years ago
Nice! Despite the backlash this game has had, I think the game is shaping up well. I've never been a huge DMC fan, but I might double-dip with this one if the PC port is handled well.

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