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By Staff Reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org) | First Posted: Jul 02, 2015 06:18 AM EDT
Tags Devil May Cry, DmC, Devil May Cry 5, capcom, Ninja Theory
Capcom may have just teased that "Devil May Cry 5" could be reality soon as they alleviate some fan fears that the negative reception that the "Devil May Cry" reboot may have killed the franchise.
Good news for "Devil May Cry" fans that are looking forward to seeing what\'s in store for the classic Dante may breathe a sigh of relief as the classic "Devil May Cry" franchise is not dead and that they could very well see "Devil May Cry 5" announced in the future.
Michael Briers of We Got This Covered has reported that Capcom has not yet finished the "Devil May Cry" series and they\'ve confirmed that the unpopular "Devil May Cry" reboot by Ninja Theory did not kill the franchise.
Citing an interview with Gamespot, Briers reported that Capcom Director Hideaki Itsuno admitted that the future of the "Devil May Cry" franchise is safe and that its future would not hinge on the success of the recently released "Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition" and that his previous statements about the fact were just statements taken that were either misunderstood or totally taken out of context.
"I think it\'s a bit of a misunderstanding. At the time of Devil May Cry 4, I spoke to an interviewer in Japan and I had given a message to the fans at the end of the interview saying \'Let us know what you want to see in the future of DMC.\' I spoke to the same guy this time around for the special edition and I kind of just made an off-the-cuff comment along the lines of, \'We\'re always listening to your feedback, please buy the special edition\'," said Itsuno.
Itsuno then stated that, "So I think the fans with internet have taken that there is a literal survey somewhere with check boxes that will feed into a future game, but it was just a general comment on my part saying that Capcom values fan feedback."
He then clarified that it was planned that should the Ninja Theory led "Devil May Cry" reboot became a success, it would be the new face of the franchise. But while it didn\'t meet the required numbers to be the new face of the franchise, the game was still moderately successful. Itsuno also stated that while they future of the "Devil May Cry" franchise is still in the planning stages but it is most definitely not dead.
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