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As part of the Deluxe Edition of Devil May Cry 5, which is out March 8, players will be able to watch all of the crazy over-the-top cutscenes and cinematics in "pre-viz" form. Which features artwork, Capcom staff in costume, toys, and models all acting out the action in an animated storyboard sort of way. It's actually pretty awesome, and you can get a glimpse of it in the following new clip.

Devil May Cry 5 proudly proclaims to feature the "most over-the-top cutscenes in gaming", and from this brief look there's definitely evidence to back up the claim. It's a shame that these Live Action cutscenes are limited to the Deluxe Edition of Devil May Cry 5 (which retails digitally for $144.95 AUD), but we can probably rest-assured that these will pop up on the internet in due time.

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