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In a move that is becomingly all-too familiar these days, Capcom has revealed a January 15, 2013 release date for the console version of Devil May Cry, with a PC release to arrive "later in 2013". While it is frustrating for PC gamers to have to wait a bit longer, it's at least good news that many of these titles that used to primarily be console-only, are now making their way to the desktop platform.

DMC Devil May Cry is in development at Ninja Theory, the same team who brought us Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and the PS3 exclusive, Heavenly Sword. They join a growing list of Western developers taking on Capcom's IPs as the publisher attempts to become a more global company.



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