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Capcom Unveils DmC: Devil May Cry Premium Edition

/ Dec 25th, 2012 No Comments

DMC Demo
Premium Edition Set

Rocking DmC in style

Capcom has officially unveiled the Premium Edition to their upcoming Devil May Cry reboot: DmC: Devil May Cry. The Premium edition is set to retail for £69.99 (approximately $90 USD) and will feature a nice little bundle of worthwhile extras.

The main attraction, besides a copy of the game itself, is a limited edition Devil May Cry zip up hoody, made by Insert Coin, which features the DmC logo on the chest, a Union Jack patch on the arm and Dante’s Ebony and Ivory on the back. The hoody will come in black with red accents and will be available in medium or large upon request of the buyer.

While keeping themselves warm this holiday season, players will also be able to listen to some of their favorite tunes from the game with the included official DmC soundtrack CD, featuring music from Noisia and Combichrist. If you played the DmC: Devil May Cry demo, you know how desirable having all that music can be.

If the above mentioned isn’t quite enough for you, Capcom is also willing to sweeten the pot with a download code for the upcoming Vergil’s Downfall DLC. Previously, Vergil’s Downfall was only obtainable for free as a pre-order bonus from participating Gamestop locations, but players now have a second option to score the DLC for free, all while supporting their developers in the best possible way. Vergil’s Downfall is the first announced DLC pack for DmC and will feature the never before told story of Vergil, which includes hours of new content, including new weapons, combos and never before seen combat. Vergil’s Downfall is set to release shortly after the game’s release for 720 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360 and about $8.50 for PlayStation users.

Players can pre-order DmC’s Premium Edition exclusively from the Capcom Store right now for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It will ship on the game’s release date of Jan. 15, 2013.

Travis Shuman

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