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DmC Vergil's Downfall Releasing March 5, Free Bloody Palace Mode Arrives Today

Posted on Wednesday, February 20 @ 11:36:50 PST by

Capcom has revealed that Vergil's Downfall, the upcoming DLC for DmC: Devil May Cry, will release on March 5 for PSN, Xbox Live, and PC for $8.99. Those who pre-ordered DmC: Devil May Cry should have a code that will give them the content for free. The DmC will place Vergil as the protagonist with a new storyline, weapons, enemies, and locations with hours of new gameplay and four difficulty levels.

Today, delivered through a free update, Bloody Palace Mode will be added to DmC with over 100 additional challenge levels with demons, enemies, and five new bosses. Below are five screenshots of Vergil's Downfall and four screenshots of Bloody Palace Mode.

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