Do you want to spend $8,000 on Devil May Cry 5? Here’s how!
If you thought Resident Evil 2’s Premium Edition was asking a bit too much in terms of price, Capcom has one-upped even that $900 price tag to a ludicrous degree. With the Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition, the bar for insanely priced video game Collector’s Editions is now set even higher.
There are a total of three versions of this limited edition, each coming with a replica coat based on one of the game’s three playable protagonists, namely Dante, Nero, and V.
As reported by Eurogamer, Devil May Cry 5 Ultra Limited Edition costs an eye-watering 900,000 Japanese Yen—which translates to around $8000/£6100. So what do you get? Well, you get a full-size version of Dante’s iconic leather coat of course.
If you don’t want to spend that much, there’s a version with Nero’s coat which comes in at 750,000 Yen (around $6500/£5000).
And if for some reason you can’t afford that, but still want to drop an insane amount of money on this game, there’s a package with V’s getup for 600,000 Yen (around $5300/£4000).
So yeah, these are now a thing apparently. And even though Capcom has announced that microtransactions are a thing in DMC 5, some people are left scratching their heads as to how this even got the OK, as it could come off as greedy to some.
If you want to see more about Devil May Cry 5, you should take a look at some new footage of Dante being a boss. And then there’s this other awesome gameplay trailer you need to see. There’s also the excellent reveal featuring the blue bomber Mega Man and the Mega Buster. In case you were wondering, the game will feature microtransactions for character upgrades too. The PC system requirements for the game have been released as well.
Devil May Cry 5 is scheduled for release on March 8, 2019 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.
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